RE: [gnome-db] Compiling libgda under cygwin

On Wed, 2002-05-08 at 10:36, Daniel Morgan wrote:
> Hi Rodrigo
> I did a fresh install of cygwin and included everything to install.  I
> used the which downloads mono and dependencies
> (glib2.0, pkgconfig, libiconv, libintl, libgc), builds, and installs
> these things.  This was successful.
> I also checked out from gnome cvs: libgda, gnome-common, and intltool.
> Both 
> Gnome-common and intltool are required to build libgda.  Gnome-xml was
> installed with cygwin as libxml2.  Gnome-common contains
> that is called by libgda's  To build
> gnome-common, you need intltool.  Somebody suggested I look at
> intltool/doc/I18N-HOWTO which I did.
> I did a ./autogen, make, make install for gnome-common and intltool and
> then successfully built and installed.
> I wish there was something I could read about this
> stuff because I have
> no clue what it is.  
> ***** Any help is appreciated ****
there are docs for both autoconf/automake separately, but, AFAIK, there
is not a good document explaining how to use them together, which is the
most common case.

There is a small introduction in Havoc's book about GTK/GNOME
programming, which you'll find in, or, in
GNOME CVS, in the GGAD CVS module.

> Anyways, here is the errors I am getting now:
> danmorg DANPC ~/libgda
> $ ./
> **Warning**: I am going to run `configure' with no arguments.
> If you wish to pass any to it, please specify them on the
> `./' command line.
> processing .
> Creating ./aclocal.m4 ...
> Running glib-gettextize...  Ignore non-fatal messages.
> cd: can't cd to /target/share/glib-2.0/gettext
> gettext source directory '/target/share/glib-2.0/gettext' doesn't exist
> Making ./aclocal.m4 writable ...
> Running intltoolize...
> grep: po/ No such file or directory
> grep: po/ No such file or directory
> grep: po/ No such file or directory
> grep: po/ No such file or directory
> patch: **** can't find file `po/' : No such file or
> directory
> Running libtoolize...
> You should add the contents of
> `/usr/autotool/devel/share/aclocal/libtool.m4' to
>  `aclocal.m4'.
> Running aclocal -I /usr/local/share/aclocal/gnome2-macros  ...
> aclocal: 60: macro `AM_GLIB_GNU_GETTEXT' not found in
> library
you need gettext installed.


the other errors you get are like swahili for me too :-( So I hope
installing gettext will solve most of them.


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