Installing Fuego for NoGo

Go to a suitable directory on your machine. I will use <nogo> as a directory in these examples. Then check out a copy of Fuego (in the example, svn revision 1937) with

svn co -r 1937 fuego

Don't forget the /trunk part. Follow the build instructions. It is easiest to use the script in fuego.

For more information on Fuego see here.

Installing GoGui

For information on downloading and installing GoGui see here.

Created: Nov 29, 2011 Last modified: Sep 18, 2014

Martin Müller