Index of /download/binary

      Name                     Last modified      Size  Description
Parent Directory - yudit-2.9.2-1.x86_64.rpm 12-Feb-2010 05:14 4.9M Yudit Package for 64 bit Linux yudit-2.9.2-1.x86_64.exe 11-Feb-2010 00:47 3.6M Yudit Package for 64 bit Windows yudit-2.9.2-1.i586.exe 11-Feb-2010 00:47 3.2M Yudit Package for 32 bit Windows yudit-2.9.2-1.i386.rpm 11-Feb-2010 00:47 4.8M Yudit Package for 32 bit Linux syntax-1.5-1.x86_64.exe 11-Feb-2010 00:47 2.4M Syntax Files for 64 bit Windows syntax-1.5-1.i586.exe 11-Feb-2010 00:47 2.4M Syntax Files for 32 bit Windows src/ 31-Oct-2011 22:55 - Thirdparty Source Files bitmap-1.5-1.exe 11-Feb-2010 00:47 1.2M Bitmap Fonts for 32 or 64 bit Windows
These are the latest binary packages.

You can create  a binary package yourself

1. Get the latest source rpm 


2. Use rpmbuild to build a binary rpm package 

   rpmbuild -ba yudit-2.9.2-1.src.rpm

3. For Ubuntu you can use the alien program to make a deb
package from the binary rpm made by rpmbuild.

1. Install  Microsoft Windows SDK for Windows 7 and .NET

   On Window98 You need Visual C++ 6.0, and the command prompt
   should be invoked with 

   command /e:2040 /p
2. Install UnxTools

   If you put the package in 


   set PATH=C:\Build\Unix\bin;C:\Build\Unix\usr\local\wbin;%PATH%

3. Unpack yudit-2.9.2.tar.gz into C:\Build\Yudit\yudit-2.9.2

   gunzip yudit-2.9.2.tar.gz
   tar xf yudit-2.9.2.tar

4. Compile

  Execute the vcvars32.bat  (32 bit) or vcvarsx86_amd64.bat (64 bit) 
  script in your compiler installation bin directory.

  cd yudit-2.9.2
  cp Makefile

5. Prepeare (This will create C:\Build\Yudit\Install directory)


6. Create package (This needs C:\Build\Yudit\Output directory)

  Install Inno Setup Compiler (
  Use C:\Build\Yudit\yudit-2.9.2\yudit32.iss (32 bit) or 
  C:\Build\Yudit\yudit-2.9.2\yudit64.iss (64 bit)

  Compile the package. It creates an Output directory with the installer


If you want to cross compile 64 bit on a 32 bit machine, set the 
YUDIT_MYTOOL environment variable to the full path of your working 32 bit
mytool executable.

If you don't have X11 development package installed on Linux, you 
will not be able to make a working yudit gui executable, but the command
line tools will still work.