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MoeNavigator is an attempt to write a web browser that is highly configurable, secure, anonymous and fast. It is not another GUI for Chromium or a browser engine like WebKit or Gecko. Instead, it has its own browser engine called MoeNavigatorEngine.
MoeNavigator relies on Qt5. Please make sure that the Qt5 libraries and development headers are installed before compiling MoeNavigator.
You also need to build and install MoeNavigatorEngine whose source code can be found here:
Option: Avoid installing MoeNavigatorEngine
If you want to just build MoeNavigator, the easiest way is to just clone the repository of MoeNavigatorEngine into the main folder of the MoeNavigator repository with the following command:
git clone https://codeberg.org/moenavigator/moenavigatorengine.git ./MoeNavigatorEngine
The folder of the engine must be named "MoeNavigatorEngine" so that the headers are available to the source files of MoeNavigator. When compiling, the engine will then be statically linked into the moenavigator executable.
In this scenario, you must also make sure that the development headers of the GnuTLS library are installed since MoeNavigatorEngine requires those!
To compile MoeNavigator, you need to invoke cmake, followed by make. To avoid messing up the source directory with build files, you can create a subdirectory named "build" and call cmake from there:
After that, you can run make as usual:
(X represents the number of parallel make jobs you want to run)
After make has finished, you will have the moenavigator executable in the build directory. Enjoy browsing!
The documentation can be found in the MoeNavigator wiki at codeberg.org:
The content of the wiki is also available as git submodule in the main repository. To get the documentation, use the following two git commands in the repository:
git submodule init git submodule update
After that, the wiki content is available in the subfolder named "doc".