A Cross-platform Code Editor
## Planned Features
* Syntax Highlighting
* Line Numbers
* Custom Syntax themes
* SFTP editing
### Linux (Ubuntu/Debian)
After these packages are installed, the project should build with a simple `make` command.
### OS X
If you want maximum compatibility with older versions of OS X,
view [the guide](./Mac-compatibility-build.md). Otherwise, these simpler
steps should work fine for a local build.
1. Download the latest wxWidgets source (>= 3.0.2)
2. Run `export CXX="clang++ -std=c++11 -stdlib=libc++"` to compile with clang for better C++11 support
3. Make a new directory in the source tree, like `wxmac`
4. Run `../configure --disable-shared --disable-webviewwebkit --disable-compat28` in the new directory
5. Run `make && make install`
Install libssh2 (Using homebrew):
* `brew install libssh2`
Build the app:
* `make Tyro.app`
See the guide for building on Windows: [Windows-Build](./Windows-Build.md)
## Make commands
Please note that make commands are chainable. For a typical programming loop, `make clean dev run` is very useful.
* all - Make a release binary in the build folder
* clean - Remove intermediate build files
* dev - Make a development binary in the build folder
* run - Run the current binary in the build folder
* release - Make a release binary, with the appropriate resources compiled in. Makes an app bundle on OS X, and adds the icon to the program on Windows.