[TUTORIAL] Compiling Grisbi 3.0.0 from Source on Mint 21.2 Xfce

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[TUTORIAL] Compiling Grisbi 3.0.0 from Source on Mint 21.2 Xfce

Post by kalwisti »

Hello, Forum members,

I prepared a tutorial on how to compile Grisbi 3.0.0 (the current stable version, just released on 2023-11-17) on an installation of Mint 21.2 Xfce. Although Grisbi has a Flatpak on Flathub.org, it is still at ver. 2.0.5. To the best of my knowledge, there is not a PPA available, so if you want to run the most recent version, you must compile it yourself from source.

I hope this guide will be useful to people who are a bit intimidated by compiling from source. (I do it infrequently myself, so I understand the anxiety factor). I successfully compiled Grisbi 3.0.0 two days ago, and the program has been working as expected.

The document is 13 pages long (833 KB) and includes screenshots. It was typeset with LaTeX using the hyperref package.

It has been shared from the Keep&Share link below:

https://www.keepandshare.com/doc5/33129 ... -853k?da=y

The tutorial should open in Preview mode. If you would like to download it, just click on the Download icon:

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