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Ubuntu, build from CVS depends on libgtk-dev?

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Hi,

I want to build a 64-bit version of the snapshot for Ubuntu 7.10

I have the CVS checkout, and I've apt-get installed as many dev packages
as I think I need.

I tried

 ../configure --with-gl --with-gtk

But I get this:

configure: error: Cannot find gtk-config. Please install gtk development
library.

--

I have libgtk2.0-dev installed Can anyone suggest what package provides
gtk-config that configure is looking for?


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I  would like to see if I can get Amaya to play nicer with webdav.. that
is, being able to navigate a webdav hierarchy just like the file
navigator works.

Also, I'm interested in being able to handle alternate-namespace
attributes on xhtml elements w/o having to edit the source all the time.
But that's a lower priority.  (I want to support ZPT markup templates)

Thanks!



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Re: Ubuntu, build from CVS depends on libgtk-dev?

Irene Vatton-2

On Friday 26 October 2007 04:54, Brad Clements wrote:

> Hi,
>
> I want to build a 64-bit version of the snapshot for Ubuntu 7.10
>
> I have the CVS checkout, and I've apt-get installed as many dev packages
> as I think I need.
>
> I tried
>
>  ../configure --with-gl --with-gtk

--with-gtk used GTK 1 and it is no longer supported.
You have to used "../configure --with-gl" to use the hardware OpenGL support
or "../configure" to use Mesa

>
> But I get this:
>
> configure: error: Cannot find gtk-config. Please install gtk development
> library.
>
> --
>
> I have libgtk2.0-dev installed Can anyone suggest what package provides
> gtk-config that configure is looking for?
>
>
> --
>
> I  would like to see if I can get Amaya to play nicer with webdav.. that
> is, being able to navigate a webdav hierarchy just like the file
> navigator works.
>
> Also, I'm interested in being able to handle alternate-namespace
> attributes on xhtml elements w/o having to edit the source all the time.
> But that's a lower priority.  (I want to support ZPT markup templates)
>
> Thanks!

--
     Irène.
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Irene Vatton wrote:
> --with-gtk used GTK 1 and it is no longer supported.
> You have to used "../configure --with-gl" to use the hardware OpenGL support
> or "../configure" to use Mesa
>
>  
Thanks,

It seems that configure is looking for wXWidgets source to be in the
Amaya source tree, and not accepting my system-installed wXWidgets

../configure --with-gl --enable-system-wx


checking for strchr... yes
checking for memcpy... yes
../configure: line 13804: ../../wxWidgets: No such file or directory
../configure: line 13806: cd: ../../wxWidgets: No such file or directory
../configure: line 13808: cd: OLDPWD not set
configure: error: wxWidgets library sources not found. Please download
wxWidgets sources (http://www.wxwidgets.org/)
../configure: line 13815: exit: or: numeric argument required
../configure: line 13815: exit: or: numeric argument required


Is --enable-system-wx supposed to work?



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Re: Ubuntu, build from CVS depends on libgtk-dev?

Irene Vatton-2

On Monday 29 October 2007 15:01, Brad Clements wrote:

> Irene Vatton wrote:
> > --with-gtk used GTK 1 and it is no longer supported.
> > You have to used "../configure --with-gl" to use the hardware OpenGL
> > support or "../configure" to use Mesa
>
> Thanks,
>
> It seems that configure is looking for wXWidgets source to be in the
> Amaya source tree, and not accepting my system-installed wXWidgets
>
> .../configure --with-gl --enable-system-wx
>
>
> checking for strchr... yes
> checking for memcpy... yes
> .../configure: line 13804: ../../wxWidgets: No such file or directory
> .../configure: line 13806: cd: ../../wxWidgets: No such file or directory
> .../configure: line 13808: cd: OLDPWD not set
> configure: error: wxWidgets library sources not found. Please download
> wxWidgets sources (http://www.wxwidgets.org/)
> .../configure: line 13815: exit: or: numeric argument required
> .../configure: line 13815: exit: or: numeric argument required
>
>
> Is --enable-system-wx supposed to work?

Yes it's supposed to work but it doesn't.
I try to fix that problem as soon as possible.
     Irène.
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Irène Vatton                     INRIA Rhône-Alpes
INRIA                               ZIRST
e-mail: [hidden email]       655 avenue de l'Europe
Tel.: +33 4 76 61 53 61             Montbonnot
Fax:  +33 4 76 61 52 07             38334 Saint Ismier Cedex - France