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Pack logtalk -- logtalk-3.11.2/coding/gedit/NOTES.txt

This file is part of Logtalk http://logtalk.org/ Copyright 1998-2017 Paulo Moura <pmoura@logtalk.org>

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This directory contains files that provide snippets and tools for working with Logtalk source code using Gnome's Gedit text editor. For more information, visit the Gedit plugin websites:

http://live.gnome.org/Gedit/Plugins/Snippets
http://live.gnome.org/Gedit/ToolLauncherPlugin

For syntax coloring support see the `../gtksourceview2 and ../gtksourceview3` folders (depending on the Gedit version).

To install the snippets support, copy the file logtalk.xml to the following system-wide directory:

${prefix}/share/gedit/plugins/snippets

The ${prefix} can be e.g. `/usr, /usr/local`, or `/opt`, depending on your system configuration.

Alternatively, you can copy the logtalk.xml file to one of the following locations on your home directory:

Gedit 2.x: ~/.gnome2/gedit/snippets/
Gedit 3.x: ~/.config/gedit/snippets

To install the tools support, copy the files in the tools directory to the following system-wide directory:

${prefix}/share/gedit/plugins/tools

The ${prefix} can be e.g. `/usr, /usr/local`, or `/opt`, depending on your system configuration.

Alternatively, you can copy the files in the tools directory to one of the following locations on your home directory:

Gedit 2.x: ~/.gnome2/gedit/tools/
Gedit 3.x: ~/.config/gedit/tools/

Before using the provided tools, edit and customize them in order to use your favorite back-end Prolog compiler and to set your choices for the (X)HTML and PDF generation scripts. The xdg-open command must available to use most of the provided commands.