[Bug 108718] - Fix for bug 102142 - failed to load "./stock_add_16.png" didn't take?
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- Subject: [Bug 108718] - Fix for bug 102142 - failed to load "./stock_add_16.png" didn't take?
- Date: Tue, 4 May 2004 15:50:39 -0400 (EDT)
gtk+ | general | Ver: 2.2.x
------- Additional Comments From phil usc edu 2004-05-04 15:50 -------
Last change was to put myself in CC. Should have added commetns as well, sorry
ya'll are gonna get two emails on my account.
I think Jonas is onto something. I'm getting the same problem on a Solaris 2.6
box with tiff, jpeg, and png compiled myself and in non-standard places (i.e.
It is true that lt-gdk-pixbuf-csource doesn't seem to have png/tiff/jpeg built
into it, so that's why I believe this seems to be the corrent line of solution.
I'm trying to impliment a similar solution... I'm pretty sure the SHLIB stuff is
hp-ux specific. So I went into gdk-pixbuf/Makefile and added the -L./.libs to
the LINK= line and did a 'gmake clean; gmake' and now I get:
g_module_open() failed for
fatal: relocation error: file /usr/usc/png/1.2.5/lib/libpng.so.3: symbol
inflateReset: referenced symbol not found
Which I'm confused about. png 1.2.5 is the latest, and it was compiled with the
I've been playing with this for 3 weeks. I actually had to hard code the
'-L/usr/usc/png/1.2.5/lib' into the configure.in file because the configure
script couldn't find it with --with-libpng= even if I set LDFLAGS... This is the
last of *many* problems I've had trying to get gtk+2 to compile...
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