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TeXworks is inspired by Dick Koch's award-winning TeXShop program for Mac OS X, which has made quality typesetting through TeX accessible to a wider community of users, without a technical or intimidating face. The goal of TeXworks is to deliver a similarly integrated, easy-to-use environment for users on other platforms, especially GNU/Linux and Windows.
After installing the necessary libraries (and their headers), check the TeXworks.pro file and update paths as necessary; some of the paths currently in the project file are specific to one of my build machines.
Once the project file is correct, run qmake to create a Makefile or Xcode project, and then run make or use Xcode to build the application. Do not run qmake -pro to recreate the .pro file, as it has been hand-edited.
Note: on some systems, the default qmake may be a Qt3 version, in which case it will generate lots of warnings, and make will fail miserably; TeXworks is a Qt4 program. In that case, see if you have qmake-qt4, or perhaps run the Qt4 version using a full path.
- Qt4 (4.5.2 is recommended, although the application may build with versions as old as 4.3.x. Note that on GNU/Linux, texworks may crash when changing the spell-checking language when using Qt 4.3.x. Updating to at least Qt 4.4.0 solves this.)
- Poppler (using the latest stable release, currently 0.12, is strongly recommended, although versions as old as the 0.6 series should still work)
- Hunspell (release 1.2.8 is recommended; earlier 1.2.x releases may be used, although support for some non-Latin-script languages may be lacking)
- Libdbus (on X11-based platforms only; not used on Mac OS X or Windows)
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