The Evince package contains a document viewer for multiple document formats. It currently supports PDF, Postscript, DjVu, TIFF and DVI. This is useful for viewing documents of various types using one simple application instead of the multiple document viewers that once existed on the GNOME Desktop.
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intltool-0.34.2, D-BUS-0.62, LibTIFF-3.8.2, teTeX-3.0 (required to build the DVI viewer), libgnomeprintui-2.12.1 (required to print from Evince), Nautilus-2.14.3 (required to build the Nautilus plugin), ESP Ghostscript-8.15.2 or AFPL Ghostscript-8.53 (required for Postscript ability from Evince), DjVuLibre (required for DjVu graphics from Evince), and t1lib (required for Type1 font support in the DVI viewer)
Install Evince by running the following commands:
./configure --prefix=$(pkg-config --variable=prefix ORBit-2.0) \ --sysconfdir=/etc/gnome/2.14.3 \ --localstatedir=/var/lib \ --disable-ps \ --enable-pixbuf && make
This package does not come with a test suite.
Now, as the root user:
--prefix=$(pkg-config --variable=prefix ORBit-2.0): Setting the prefix using this parameter instead of with $GNOME_PREFIX will ensure that the prefix is consistent with the installation environment and the package will be installed in the correct location.
--sysconfdir=/etc/gnome/2.14.3: This parameter causes the configuration files to be installed in /etc/gnome/2.14.3 instead of $GNOME_PREFIX/etc. Additionally (if applicable), the parameter ensures that the GConf-2 database is correctly updated.
--localstatedir=/var/lib: This parameter is used so that all ScrollKeeper files are installed in, and the ScrollKeeper database is properly updated in /var/lib/scrollkeeper instead of some files being installed in $GNOME_PREFIX/var/scrollkeeper.
--disable-ps: This parameter is required if you don't have a Ghostscript package installed. Remove the parameter if you do have a Ghostscript package installed and wish to build the DVI viewer.
--enable-djvu: Use this parameter if you have the DjVuLibre package installed and you wish to build support to view DjVu files.
--enable-dvi: Use this parameter if you have the teTeX package installed and you wish to build support to view DVI files.
--enable-t1lib: Use this parameter if you have the t1lib package installed and you wish to build support for Type1 fonts in the DVI viewer.
Last updated on 2007-01-18 13:38:19 -0600