Problem with internationalization + other errors in 0.20
- From: Christopher Curtis <ccurtis ee fit edu>
- To: gnome-list gnome org
- Subject: Problem with internationalization + other errors in 0.20
- Date: Sat, 27 Jun 1998 18:42:04 -0400 (EDT)
I'm trying to compile 0.20 and am having some difficulty, so figured I'd
try the mailing list. My problem concerns primarily i18n support, I
Here's my deal: I have an old slackware system that's been running fine
but it is starting to suffer from the "it's not NT" syndrome. In
response, I'm trying to install GNOME (I've seen KDE).
I downloaded and compiled egcs 1.0.3a, and installed it in place of gcc
188.8.131.52; I used this to compile mico 2.0.5 (2.0.8 didn't work at all) that
I downloaded from the "extras" directory. All these programs compiled and
installed without incident. So I proceeded on...
I was able to compile and install the following components:
However, the following give these errors:
core: ld: GtkDispatcher::GtkDispatcher(void): undefined reference
/usr/local/lib/libgnomeui.so: undefined reference to `dgettext`
(A bunch of errors in "ping.c")
I've downloaded and installed dejagnu in this process, as well as gettext
version 0.10 (is that right?). 'dgettext' seems to exist in
/usr/lib/libintl.a, so I'm at a loss as to what the problwm is with this.
At the moment, I'm recompiling the "lib" directory to ensure it is using
the latest libintl.
I am at a total loss as to the other errors, though.
Are these known problems, and are there any workarounds to get me up and
running? There was also an error in gdiskfree or something, but I just
edited that out of the Makefile to get it to finish.
Thanks for any help,
Christopher Curtis - http://www.ee.fit.edu/users/ccurtis
Florida Institute of Technology - System Administrator, Programmer
Melbourne, Florida USA - http://www.lp.org/
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