But hey, no Linux binary?
Quote from: ersi on 2014-01-01, 17:59:29But hey, no Linux binary?Hm? There's a DEB available for both 32-bit and 64-bit Linux.
I gave Otter a quick try in a virtual XP. It's surprisingly functional and fast already, but there doesn't seem to be any attempt at implementing customization yet.
Is it fast on Windows?
It gives me a link straight to the 64-bit version. Perhaps the site doesn't deal with Elinks very well?
I am fearful of this "Qt" framework. Is it fast on Windows?
The GUI is fast and responsive, at least on my Win7.
Okay, compiling is fairly simple (and amazingly fast) all in all.1. Download the Qt 5.2 SDK.2. Compile and see what's missing. In my case (Debian Wheezy), that was libgstreamer0.10-dev, libgstreamer-plugins-base0.10-dev, and libxslt1-dev. You might need others like build-essential, but I already had all that so I couldn't say.
Let's see, last time I checked Qt was a monstrosity all by itself
I noticed that 'otter-browser' is already an entity in 'yaourt'. Sure enough, Qt5 was a requirement. I followed the steps to build and install it. It gave no errors, but the end product unfortunately doesn't launch. I don't know why and I don't care too much.
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