Re: anjuta2 project druid
- From: Timothee Besset <ttimo idsoftware com>
- To: gnome-devtools gnome org
- Subject: Re: anjuta2 project druid
- Date: Mon, 30 Dec 2002 11:10:28 +0100
It has landed in anon cvs and I'm trying to build it using jhbuild. Here's
what I'm getting:
<gigantic build line cut> -c gbf-project-tree.c -fPIC -DPIC -o gbf-project-tree.lo
gbf-project-tree.c:59: parse error before `GdlIcons'
gbf-project-tree.c:59: warning: no semicolon at end of struct or union
gbf-project-tree.c: In function `gbf_project_tree_instance_init':
gbf-project-tree.c:125: sizeof applied to an incomplete type
gbf-project-tree.c:128: dereferencing pointer to incomplete type
and in anjuta2, configure doesn't pass:
./configure: line 1899: syntax error near unexpected token `maximum'
./configure: line 1899: `GNOME_COMPILE_WARNINGS(maximum)'
make: *** [config.status] Error 2
On 29 Dec 2002 22:55:02 +0100
Jeroen Zwartepoorte <jeroen xs4all nl> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I've committed some code today that adds a project druid (wizard) to
> anjuta2 with which you can now create a new GNOME2 application.
> The framework works by adding a plugin which registers an
> AnjutaProjectType with the AnjutaProjectManager. The project types
> registered will then be displayed in the project druid. A project type
> can also add several druid pages of it's own. When the user has finished
> configuring the new project in the druid, the project type will create
> the project (the AnjutaProjectType is an abstract class that plugins can
> For now, there is only 1 project type and it will create an
> automake/conf project with a gnome application. The application will
> only display a GtkWindow, nothing more for now.
> You should be able to do some basic project stuff in anjuta2:
> - Create a new project using the druid
> - "prepare" the project (autogen)
> - build it
> - add/remove sources (should work, but haven't tested it in some time).
> Please try the new code and let me know how it works (or doesn't).
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