Re: jhbuild: package and dependencies not updated

I see. That makes sense now. Thanks :)

On Thu, Jan 8, 2015 at 11:32 PM, Magdalen Berns <m berns thismagpie com> wrote:
Hi Daniel,

If you already built 'something' which had adwaita-icon-theme as a
dependency, then all its dependencies would have to have been built too at
that time. In other words, you already built all those modules at some point
and that is why they would get skipped even if you were runing the 'jhbuild
build adwaita-icon-theme' command for the very first time.


On Thu, Jan 8, 2015 at 7:10 AM, Daniel Kasak <d j kasak dk gmail com> wrote:

Hi all. I'm trying to build Gtk3 and a few other things, with jhbuild, on
OSX. When I try to install something like adwaita-icon-theme, this happens:

smart-ass:~ dankasak$ jhbuild build adwaita-icon-theme
*** Checking out libcroco *** [1/5]
*** Skipping libcroco (package and dependencies not updated) *** [1/5]
*** Checking out librsvg *** [2/5]
*** Skipping librsvg (package and dependencies not updated) *** [2/5]
*** Checking out hicolor-icon-theme *** [3/5]
*** Skipping hicolor-icon-theme (package and dependencies not updated) ***
*** Checking out icon-naming-utils *** [4/5]
*** Skipping icon-naming-utils (package and dependencies not updated) ***
*** Checking out adwaita-icon-theme *** [5/5]
*** Skipping adwaita-icon-theme (package and dependencies not updated) ***
*** success *** [5/5]

I'm using OSX's python:

smart-ass:~ dankasak$ python --version
Python 2.7.6
smart-ass:~ dankasak$

The gtk3 package built and the demo appears to work ( other than having no
icons ). Why has jhbuild now started behaving as above?

Thanks :)


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