[Glade-users] Problem trying to save as C++

"TAZ Gravel, Emmanuel" wrote:

I have:

Glade 0.5.7
GTK+ 1.2.8
gtkmm 1.2.3
glade-- 0.5.9

The first time I tried saving in C++ I had GTK+ 1.2.6 but neither gtkmm or glade--
so it gave me the error message that glade-- wasn't found. Good enough. I got
the sources for the upgrade to 1.2.8, got glade-- and gtkmm, made and installed
all the packages. glade-- resides in /usr/local/bin, but all my gtk/gdk libs are in
/usr/lib (quicker to just move the files over than reconfigure the default RPM'ed

After the installation, made sure glade-- was there and responded, and was
in my path (/usr/local/bin is first in path, actually). However when I try to
build in C++, it still gives me the same error message, that it can't find glade--
and that I should make sure it's in my path. Since this can't be the "true"
problem, what else should I look at?

Try running glade-- on the XML file manually, e.g.

  glade-- project1.glade

What does that output?


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