a small and easy to use time keeping application
GNU Foliot needs the following sofwtare to run:
Gobject, Glib, Pango, Pangocairo, libgnome, lingnomeui, libglade, Gtk
Grip (core), Grip-Gnome, Grip-SQLite
Any modern latex distribution will do, we use TexLive.
Grip will check that it can find the extarticle document class, as well as the following packages: inputenc, fontenc, lmodern, pifont, amsfonts, amssymb, amsmath, wasysym, graphicx, parskip, xspace, tabularx, longtable, ltxtable, multicol, booktabs, hhline, numprint, fancyhdr, lastpage, xcolor, colortbl, fancybox, textcomp, calc, geometry and Iwona.
Iwona is the font used to create the reports. Note that it could be that it is not part of your ’basic’ LaTex distro, on debian for example, iwona is part of the texlive-fonts-extra package.
This is a soft dependency: Guile-Lib is required to run the test-suite, which is recommended but not mandatory.
Assuming you have satisfied the dependencies, open a terminal and proceed with the following steps:
To start GNU Foliot open a terminal and enter:
Happy GNU Foliot!
There are currently two important branches:
devel. GNU Foliot stable
master, developments occur on the
So, to grab, compile and install from the source, open a terminal and:
The above steps ensure you're using GNU
Foliot bleeding edge stable version. If you wish to participate to
developments, checkout the
If you pass
After installation, you may consult these variables