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We release since version 6.7.0 the Axon.ivy Designer for Linux. Basically, it runs very well. This Q&A entry is a community wiki. Share your experiences with us!

  • I need to install libwebkitgtk-1.0.0 that the internal browser works correctly.
    • for debain based OS: sudo apt install libwebkitgtk-1.0.0 should do it
  • I need to run the Linux Designer with Oracle JDK instead of Open JDK. Because some inscriptions masks have got a NullPointerException.
    • not required on Linux Mint 1.8.X
  • For the fast JNI SVN Team connector the libraries must be made accessible in the eclipse.ini
    • -Djava.library.path=/usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/jni
  • Windows tools.jar included instead of Linux tools.jar (configuration/org.eclipse.osgi/107/0/.cp/lib/tools.jar)
    • Could lead to serious problems (e.g. jmockit). Replacing existing Windows tools.jar with a Linux tools.jar solved it.
    • This issue will be fixed in ivy 7. Tools.jar is not anymore needed by Axon.ivy Designer.
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asked 08.09 at 03:06

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edited 19.09 at 11:00


If you have a low resolution you might do not like the large buttons and tree margins. I made the controls look tiny in my environment: alt text

You could get this settings by adding a .gtkrc-2.0 file to your user home directory. The content is as follows:

style "gtkcompact" { 
    font_name="Liberation 8"
    GtkButton::defaultborder={0,0,0,0} 
    GtkButton::defaultoutsideborder={0,0,0,0} 
    GtkButtonBox::childminwidth=0 
    GtkButtonBox::childminheigth=0 
    GtkButtonBox::childinternalpadx=0 
    GtkButtonBox::childinternalpady=0 
    GtkMenu::vertical-padding=0 
    GtkMenuBar::internalpadding=0 
    GtkMenuItem::horizontalpadding=2 
    GtkToolbar::internal-padding=1 
    GtkToolbar::space-size=0 
    GtkOptionMenu::indicatorsize=0 
    GtkOptionMenu::indicatorspacing=0 
    GtkPaned::handlesize=4 
    GtkRange::troughborder=0 
    GtkRange::stepperspacing=0 
    GtkScale::valuespacing=0 
    GtkScrolledWindow::scrollbarspacing=0 
    GtkExpander::expandersize=10 
    GtkExpander::expanderspacing=0 
    GtkTreeView::vertical-separator=0 
    GtkTreeView::horizontal-separator=0 
    GtkTreeView::expander-size=8 
    GtkTreeView::fixed-height-mode=TRUE 
    GtkWidget::focuspadding=1 
    xthickness=2 
    ythickness=2
}

style "null"
{
    engine "pixmap"
    {
        image
        {
            function = BOX
            file = "Null/null.png"
            stretch = TRUE
        }
    }
}

class "GtkWidget" style "gtkcompact"

style "gtkcompactextra" { 
    xthickness=1
    ythickness=1
} 
class "GtkButton" style "gtkcompactextra"
class "GtkToolbar" style "gtkcompactextra"
class "GtkPaned" style "gtkcompactextra"
widget "*swt*toolbar-flat" style "null"
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answered 08.09 at 05:30

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edited 08.09 at 10:36

Version 6.7.1 works reasonably well. When running from scratch some minor issues occur that do not happen on the windows version:

  • ivy logger by default only displays warn and error level.
  • editing HTML view opens a broken HTML wysiwg editor. Double clicking on file, igrnores overriden default editor.

Once I know how to solve this I update my post.

Overall the linux version is great effort and thank you we are not forced to use micro$hrot windows.

Keep up the good work,

Adam

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answered 12.09 at 02:02

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