Re: [Gimp-developer] pygtk automake problem

It should install into pygtk/2.0; that is normal. The 2.0 indicates
that it is API/ABI compatible with pygtk 2.0. As long as there are no
backwards-incompatible changes, the directory remains 2.0, even for
version 2.4.

Are you on linux? If you are, then the only things you should really
need to build yourself are babl, gegl, and gimp. Install your distro's
packages for everything else, and you should be good to go. If you
have issues with python, then you may need to do this before running

export PYTHON="/usr/bin/python2"

Good luck.

On Sun, Aug 4, 2013 at 3:26 PM, Burnie West <west ieee org> wrote:
On 08/04/2013 10:41 AM, Burnie West wrote:

And I already had pygtk/2.0 installed natively.

But for some reason, even though the installation is in fact pygtk2-2.24.0,
it installs in the directory pygtk/2.0 (Fedora 18), as I had noted earlier.
I've very little experience with the configure script; indeed, little
expreience with console scripting. But it appears the configure script
cannot cope with this formulation, and I'm currently attempting to find out

As my current intent is to work on python plugins (a particular one in
fact), building My-gimp without python support is a non-starter. I'd already
successfully built babl, gegl, and gimp-2.9.0 about a year ago, but had
disabled the python section (as lightningismyname had suggested) and dropped
that path.

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