BZedit compile problem

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BZedit compile problem

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When i run configure it prints out Error: Unable to find gnomeConf.sh.

Now gnomeConf.sh only exists in gnome1 so i don't know why bzedit is said to run with gnome 2 any help very appreciated : )
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bzedit is old, and supported, it does not work in gnome 1.
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JeffM wrote:bzedit is old, and supported, it does not work in gnome 1.
yeah i know but im using gnome2 and it still dies
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sorry I meant it only works in gnome 1, not gnome 2.

basically do not attempt to build or use it. it will not do what you you think it will do.

it is years and years dead.
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JeffM wrote:sorry I meant it only works in gnome 1, not gnome 2.

basically do not attempt to build or use it. it will not do what you you think it will do.

it is years and years dead.
then what should i use?
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vi, emacs...
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You know about the wiki, right? There's a nice list of programs available, as well as hints on using Blender or Wings 3D

http://my.bzflag.org/w/Category:Map_Making
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