Re: [Evolution-hackers] EPlugin newbie query
- From: Johan Jonathan Nugraha <nugraha johan gmail com>
- To: Sankar P <psankar novell com>
- Cc: evolution-hackers gnome org
- Subject: Re: [Evolution-hackers] EPlugin newbie query
- Date: Mon, 17 Mar 2008 02:36:51 +0800
Thanks for your replies. Now please bear with this newbie's questions
1. is this what you mean in your instruction?
2. I ran ./autogen.sh (without any arguments) followed by ./configure
Here's the output:
checking pkg-config is at least version 0.7... yes
checking for GLIB - version >= 2.0.0... yes (version 2.12.11)
./configure: line 31010: syntax error near unexpected token `yes'
./configure: line 31010: `GNOME_COMPILE_WARNINGS(yes)'
May I know what went wrong? What's the command you used to generate the
configure script for the release? I noticed that the configure shell
script is significantly different from what is provided in tar.gz. file.
I used a workaround by modifying configure shell directly instead. But
it helps only because my plugin is a very simple code and I'm sure that
I'm not supposed to do it that way.
I'm using Ubuntu 7.04 and trying to build Evolution 2.10.3
On Fri, 2008-03-14 at 05:25 -0600, Sankar P wrote:
> On Fri, 2008-03-14 at 17:09 +0800, Johan Jonathan Nugraha wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I've read the EPlugin manual docs and I've written my own code and XML
> > files. I tried to compile but It seems my plugin is not working.
> > After searching more I found out that i need to use
> > --enable-plugins=all .
> Add your plugin sources to evolution/plugins/<plugin-name> folder.
> I assume evolution is the folder where you have your evolution sources
> Your plugin need to have its Makefile.am and follow autotools' logic.
> 1) Open the file configure.in your evolution source directory.
> 2) Search for plugins_standard and add your plugin-name to the list of
> already existing plugin names. (like
> 3) Search for "plugins/external-editor/Makefile" and add your plugin
> name as "plugins/<your-plugin-name>/Makefile"
> 4) Now run autogen with the argument "--enable-plugins=all" along with
> all other arguments that you have used earlier.
> 5) Run "make install" from your plugin directory. You should have your
> plugin installed.
> > May I know how to use this option?
> > Johan J.N
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