DrawView displays Draw files created by the "Draw" RISC OS application and other compatible applications.
Version: 1.03DrawView displays Draw files created by the "Draw" RISC OS application and other compatible applications.
Operating System: Linux
Drawings can be exported to PDF or PostScript format for printing or use in other applications.
DrawView is built and installed in the same way as most other open-source applications. First of all, download and install the Qt 4 library if it is not already available on your system.
Then, after unpacking the source archive and changing to the source directory, configure and install the application by doing:
$ ./configure [OPTIONS...]
$ su root -c 'make install'
Some useful OPTIONS that it may be necessary to give to 'configure' are:
--prefix=DIRECTORY Base DIRECTORY for the installation, default is /usr/local.
--with-qt4=LOCATION The LOCATION where the Qt 4 library is installed (containing the bin, include and lib subdirectories). If not specified, this is searched for on PATH, in /usr/qt/4 and /usr/lib/qt4, and in prefix.
--with-kde=yes Install KDE desktop integration (application, icons and MIME types); this is the default if its kde-config program is found on PATH. Specify --with-kde=LOCATION to install to a different place, or --with-kde=no to not install anything.
--with-desktop=yes Install freedesktop/GNOME desktop integration (application and icons); this is the default if the KDE integration is not installed. Specify --with-desktop=LOCATION to install to a different place (the default is /usr/share), or --with-desktop=no to not install anything.
There are some other, less useful, options; use 'configure --help' to list them.
· QT 4.1.0 or later
What's New in This Release:
· Qt library detection was fixed to work on Gentoo and Ubuntu.