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Oh! I really will wait for a rock. I have followed the instructions
until "make && make install". As I don't understand anything about C
compilations, I don't know if I am successful. What I know is that a
"require('gumbo') or require('luagumbo')" does not work.

For this time, while a rock does not exist, I will try to use Pascal.

Thank you for your attention.

2013/11/23, Craig Barnes <>:
> On 23 November 2013 12:12, luciano de souza <> wrote:
>> I have downloaded Gumbo and looking at example, I felt it's really
>> simple and what I want.
>> However, I am not a C program and I don't know how to deal with GCC.
>> Becose of this limitation, unfortunately, perhaps, for me, a rock
>> seems to be crucial.
>> If there is a simple commandline to type, it's possible that I get to
>> install ...
> It's not as simple as it could be at the moment. I'll create a rock
> very soon, although it'll still require that you have the Gumbo
> library installed.
> Google only made the Gumbo code public a few months back, so it's
> probably not available as a distro package yet, but the
> instructions[1] are quite easy to follow.
>> if I need to edit some configuration files, looking at my
>> past atempts, I don't know if I will able to do.
> You won't need to edit any configs, but you will need to install a
> long list of bootstrap dependencies until Google do a proper release
> (which is planned).
> >From memory, this should be all you need:
>   sudo apt-get install automake autoconf libtool gcc make pkg-config wget
> Then you can do:
>   wget
>   tar xzf master.tar.gz
>   cd gumbo-parser-master
> and follow the readme[1] from there.
> [1]:
> If that sounds like too much trouble, it might be best to wait a while
> for a package+rock.

Luciano de Souza