Nautilus-Python

Python bindings for the Nautilus Extension API

Development

Nautilus-Python development is done through the GNOME Git Repository. To get started developing for nautilus-python or to start writing patches, you can clone our repository at any time and start hacking away. Patches should be sent in to our Bug Tracker.

If you are new to Git, see these GNOME instructions.

Anonymous Git Usage You don't need a GNOME account to clone the nautilus-python repository. To get the latest code, type: $ git clone git://git.gnome.org/nautilus-python Then, to build and install, type: $ sh autogen.sh $ make $ sudo make install (or run as root) If you have Nautilus installed in a non-standard prefix, you can tell Nautilus-Python to install to that prefix by setting the PKG_CONFIG_PATH environment variable before compiling Nautilus-Python. To do so, enter the following: $ export PKG_CONFIG_PATH=$PREFIX/lib/pkgconfig

Compiling

Nautilus-python depends on the following programs and libraries:

Make sure you have installed the development packages for these libraries before compiling nautilus-python. You will also need the standard GNU and GNOME build tools installed.

Distro-specific dependencies Ubuntu - sudo apt-get install python-gtk2-dev python-gobject-dev python-gnome2-dev \ libnautilus-extension-dev (please email me additional instructions for missing distributions)

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