The title says it all. Nvu 0.1 is available here soon! Enjoy
WINDOWS users: you may have to copy the file msvcp70.dll and/or msvcr70.dll to the folder into which you extracted Nvu to get the program to run (thanks to MozillaZine.org!!! I ponder switching back to VC6 because of those bloody annoying missing DLLs).
LINUX users :
- Nvu is built with gcc3. You may have to install libstdc++.so.3.0.4 for instance in
/usr/local/lib(just make sure the place where that lib is going to live in is listed in LD_LIBRARY_PATH) and symlink
libstdc++.so.3to that file if you still have a gcc2.9x-only system. If you have an even more recent libstdc++* file in your /usr/lib, it will work as well; just make a symlink to /usr/lib/libstdc++.so.3
- To view an external URL (to browse an edited file or select one Help menu entry) with Mozilla Application Suite, install this executable script in your system, for instance in the directory where mozilla lives. Edit the MOZILLA_FIVE_HOME environment variable in that script to meet your system settings. Add the following lines to your prefs.js:
user_pref("network.protocol-handler.app.http", "/path/to/the_shell_script"); user_pref("network.protocol-handler.app.https", "/path/to/the_shell_script"); user_pref("network.protocol-handler.app.ftp", "/path/to/the_shell_script"); user_pref("network.protocol-handler.app.file", "/path/to/the_shell_script");For Mozilla Firebird, adjust that variable too and change the last line of the script to
exec $MOZILLA_FIVE_HOME/MozillaFirebird $url
- If you can't launch Mozilla after Nvu, it's because your Mozilla version is too old. You need a build made after 22-nov-2003. Just get a 1.6 from Mozilla.org if you don't want to try a nightly.