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codelite offers a several installers for the various OSs. Download the proper installer from here
Mac installation is easy:
There is an apt repository with latest codelite version available for ubuntu lucid, oneiric, precise and quantal, plus debian squeeze and wheezy; and rpms for fedora 17 and 18, and openSUSE 12.2. See the Repository page for details.
Older versions of CodeLite
Before version 5.0, packages were stored on SourceForge. Some of these older versions remain there: if you wish you can download them from https://sourceforge.net/projects/codelite/files/Releases/ .
To use codelite to build programs, you'll need to have the necessary tools installed (e.g. 'make', 'g++'). To build wxWidgets programs, you'll also need a full wxGTK installation, not just the libraries. See the next section for how to do this.
Then for a .deb, type in a terminal:
sudo dpkg -i <deb file name>
If you get missing dependency errors (e.g. libwxgtk2.8-0 or libgtk), try:
sudo apt-get -f install
The above command will attempt to install the missing dependencies (if they are available in the repositories) and will complete the codelite installation.
An rpm can be installed as usual, with:
#> rpm -Uvh ./codelite-*.rpm
For other Linux distros, you can build CodeLite from source. There's a tarball at the above url, or you can checkout the latest CodeLite version from git:
git clone git://git.code.sf.net/p/codelite/codelitegit codelite
Once the tarball is untarred or the cloning completed, you can create a 'Release Unicode' build with:
cd codelite/ ./configure make [Become the superuser] make install
For further information check "Developers/Linux" page.
CodeLite uses the wxWidgets toolkit. Since the 5.0 release CodeLite requires wxWidgets >=2.9.4.
Alternatively, to build wxWidgets from source: