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Old 27th November 2007, 05:05 PM
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Need help building my Gedit plugin in FC7

I have written a Gedit Symbol Browser plugin (like a function browser or class browser).

It's pretty simple to build for anyone with experience in programming and building Linux programs. I have instructions on Gedit Symbol Browser Plugin . If somebody could build the plugin on FC7 i386 and send me the .so binary file so that I could offer it to less-experienced users I would REALLY apprecaite it.
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