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Ag, an anagram generator built using wxWidgets
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Andrew Trevorrow
2014-10-21 00:55:02 UTC
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I'm happy to announce the release of version 1.0 of Ag, a fast and friendly
anagram generator built using wxWidgets (2.8 or 3.x). The source code is
in the public domain, so feel free to borrow anything that might be useful
in your own projects.

For more details, including download links and screenshots, see the
Ag website:

http://ag1.sourceforge.net/

Andrew Trevorrow (aka Overt Word Warren)
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Steve Cookson - gmail
2014-10-21 07:28:41 UTC
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More power to your elbow!
Post by Andrew Trevorrow
I'm happy to announce the release of version 1.0 of Ag, a fast and friendly
anagram generator built using wxWidgets (2.8 or 3.x).
I just tried it out:

./ag: error while loading shared libraries: libgtk-x11-2.0.so.0: cannot
open shared object file: No such file or directory

I have wxWidgets 3.0.2 running happily on my machine doing other things,
although it may not be in the default directory.

Regards

Steve.
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Andrew Trevorrow
2014-10-21 09:36:07 UTC
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cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
I have wxWidgets 3.0.2 running happily on my machine doing other things,
although it may not be in the default directory.
Sorry to hear that. I don't know much about Linux so all I can really
suggest is to download Ag's source distribution (in ag-1.0-src.tar.gz)
and try building it using the supplied makefile-gtk.

I used wxGTK 3.0.1 on a Mint 13 system to build the ag binary.
I built the wxGTK libs from source using this configure line:

../configure --with-gtk --disable-shared --enable-unicode

So I don't really understand why there is a shared library problem.
Happy to take advice on how to build a better binary that's more
likely to run on most Linux systems!

Andrew
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Fulvio Senore
2014-10-21 19:06:38 UTC
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Post by Andrew Trevorrow
I used wxGTK 3.0.1 on a Mint 13 system to build the ag binary.
../configure --with-gtk --disable-shared --enable-unicode
So I don't really understand why there is a shared library problem.
Happy to take advice on how to build a better binary that's more
likely to run on most Linux systems!
Usually people build Linux binaries on older distributions to increase
the chances that the program will run on most system. In this way your
program should have dependencies on older components that should be
available almost everywhere.

I am still building my programs for deployment on Ubuntu 8.04 and I will
keep using it until the VM dies or until new programs will require
packages that are not available in that distribution.

At the moment I do not have complaints from users that cannot run the
programs.

Fulvio Senore
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