Welcome to SciteProj!
SciteProj is a project manager for usage with the Scintilla Text Editor (SciTE), based on the ScitePM program by Roy Wood. It provides a way to arrange a group of files into a project for easy access in the SciTE text editor. The project is saved to disk in XML format.
Upon program start a configuration file called sciteprojrc will be loaded from the folder returned by g_get_user_config_dir(). (This normally results in $HOME/.config/sciteprojrc) This file will be created if it doesn't already exist. Program configuration will be loaded from there on every program start.
On earlier versions $HOME/.sciteproj was used, you should be able to just copy or move that file to $HOME/.config/sciteprojrc if you had a config you were satisfied with and you would like to use it. (Please notice the slightly different naming.)
Available here: sciteproj_0.7.95-src.tar.gz
You can get the latest code by cloning the Git repository via the
Or with the help of your preferred Git client. The Git repositories are browsable online here.
This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version. This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but without any warranty. See the GNU General Public License for more details.
Please report bugs in the issuetracker on github:
Sciteproj is now translatable using gettext - If you would like to see it in your language, please provide me with a translated po-file (see below for contact details). I have provided a Swedish translation myself.
See the file README.translators in the tar.gz for more information on how to provide a translation.
You can get support for SciteProj through the issue-tracker on github.
SciteProj has previously used cmake, but I have updated it use a simple Makefile. To build, you simply run
in the same folder as the Makefile. This will build using GTK version 3, but if you are still on GTK 2, you can build with the GTK2 environment variable set, like so:
If all is successfull, you will end up with object files in the obj folder, and the executable binary in the bin/ folder.
To install this executable and the required files, run
with root / superuser priviliges - either
su -c "make install"
sudo make install
Also see my SciTE hints and tips section here.