MyMap uses Qt-2.2 and KDE-2 libraries.
If you've installed Qt and KDE successfully, installing mymap should be easy. Just unpack it, change to the source dir
and do: ./configure
su -c "make install".
You may have to pass some options to configure, like --prefix or --with-qt-dir.
Try ./configure --help for more information.
Oh, and damn: I haven't got a clue why perl am_edit isn't called automatically. Please do this before configure.
Else you're going to get a bunch of undefined references. And if you're a KDE developer with more brain than me, please tell me what I'm doing wrong :-) maybe fixed
Right now there are no stable versions available. Sorry.
MyMap v0.3.1. This is the last release of MyMap before I'm going to do a
rewrite. Some bugs have been fixed (thanks to Uwe), which should make MyMap
usable for small things like todo lists. Don't forget to run perl am_edit :)
via HTTP: mymap-0.3.1.tar.gz
MyMap v0.3.0. Nothing new, but should compile with Qt-2.2 and KDE-2:
via HTTP: mymap-0.3.0-current.tar.gz
MyMap v0.2.0. Quite usable by now (I use it for daily work):
via HTTP: mymap-0.2.0.tar.gz
MyMap v0.1.0. Simple, but usable:
via HTTP: mymap-0.1.0.tar.gz
via FTP: hopefully soon