NOTE: yed is known to work on most flavors of Linux, MacOS, and the Windows Subsystem for Linux.
Build from source:Requirements:
- C compiler supporting -std=gnu99
Grab the latest source code from www.github.com/kammerdienerb/yed
$ git clone https://github.com/kammerdienerb/yed.git
Use the provided install.sh to build and install yed.
Build/install options can be changed in install.options or by passing the following flags to install.sh:
- -c CONFIG -- specify the build configuration. (existing options are debug and release) release is the default.
- -p PREFIX -- the installation prefix path. By default, this is set to a reasonable system path like /usr.
$ ./install.sh -c debug -p test
Ex. Build and install a user-local release build:
$ ./install.sh -p ~/.local
Ex. Build and install a release build to your system:
$ sudo ./install.sh
NOTE: if you installed yed to a non-default path, ensure that the directory containing the yed executable is in your PATH.
You should now be able to run yed!
$ yed # test your installation