- From: Jens Finke <jens triq net>
- To: Ronald Bultje <rbultje ronald bitfreak net>
- Cc: <eog-list gnome org>
- Subject: Includes patch
- Date: Tue, 7 May 2002 09:10:14 +0200 (CEST)
Ronald Bultje wrote:
> > Ah, now I see: Do you have the latest 1.4.x packages installed? Only
> > with these packages the libraries are fully parallel installable. So
> > that the include path for Gnome1 is
> > /usr/include/libgnome-1.0/libgnome/gnome.h.
> This is correct. However, the patch still makes sense.
> A) it doesn't make sense to upgrade gnome-1.4 in order to install
Oh, it does. Only the latest 1.4.x release is fully capable to work with a
Gnome 2.0 environment. That it builds doesn't mean that it runs :). Eg.
gconf and ORBit must both run two instances, one for every desktop
version, which should also ideally communicate with each other.
> B) including /usr/include in the includes path is evil by definition,
> whether it causes compiler problems or not. It shouldn't be there in the
> first place, even if I didn't have compiler problems.
Yes, I applied your patch and also removed the stupid -I. include
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