Getting source code

There are two ways to get the source code:

From an official release

Download a .tar.gz file and uncompress it. On Windows you may use 7-Zip for decompression.

From the Git repository

This way you’ll get the latest code with all its consequences (such as out-of-date documentation). Use a Git client. For a command-line Git client, type:

git clone git://git.code.sf.net/p/cito/code cito-code

Compilation

Once you have the source code you have the following options of compiling it:

Using MSBuild

MSBuild is part of the .NET Framework. In the directory with the sources run msbuild CiTo.csproj.

Using Mono i xbuild

You need a C# compiler (gmcs) and the Mono counterpart of MSBuild (xbuild). In the directory with the sources run xbuild CiTo.csproj.

Using GNU Make

You need a C# compiler (csc lub gmcs). In the directory with the sources run make.

Using Visual Studio

Open CiTo.csproj. Build.

Installing (Linux)

To install, run:

sudo make install

This will create Mono wrappers cito and cipad in the default directory /usr/local/bin.