Re: [gnome-db] libgda/libgnomedb 1.3.0 released

On Tue, 08 Feb 2005 21:24:42 +1000, Bas Driessen <bas driessen xobas com> wrote:
>  On Tue, 2005-02-08 at 21:22 +1100, Robert Bertram wrote: 
>  Rodrigo Moya said: > libgda/libgnomedb are a complete framewok for
> developing > database-oriented applications, and currently allow access to
> PostgreSQL, > MySQL, Oracle, Sybase, SQLite, FireBird/Interbase, IBM DB2,
> mSQL and MS > SQL server, as well as MS Access and xBase files and ODBC data
> sources. >  ... Hi all, I just tried to install libgda 1.3 on a Fedora Core
> 3 machine, updated with the development libraries and got the following.
> Using config source xml::/etc/gconf/gconf.xml.defaults for schema
> installation Using $(sysconfdir)/gconf/schemas as install directory for
> schema files checking for pkg-config... /usr/bin/pkg-config checking for
> gtk+-2.0 >= 2.6.0 libgda >= 1.3.0... Requested 'gtk+-2.0 >= 2.6.0' but
> version of GTK+ is 2.4.14 configure: error: Library requirements (gtk+-2.0
> >= 2.6.0 libgda >= 1.3.0) not m et; consider adjusting the PKG_CONFIG_PATH
> environment variable if your librarie s are in a nonstandard prefix so
> pkg-config can find them. If I upgrade gtk from source will affect anything
> else on the system? Or is it some other problem. 
>  You are probably referring to libgnomedb rather than libgda. The new
> requirement for libgnomedb (according Vivien's message a couple of days ago)
> is now Gtk+ >= 2.6 (because of the GtkComboBox widget). I run FC3 as well
> and the "default" GTK+ is 2.4.x, so yes you should upgrade GTK+ to 2.6.x. I
> am not using libgnomedb at the moment, so can not advise you of any FC3
> specific steps to take, but I assume you can get all the info you need at
>  Bas.

I did a fresh install of GTK+ 2.6.2 in the same directory as for
libgda 1.3.0 on my FC3, and the only thing you have to do is to set
PKG_CONFIG_PATH correctly (/local/G_EXTRA/lib/pkgconfig in my case)
before running './configure' and compiling libgnomedb.


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