Re: Portability and distribution with Gtk+ 1.3

Arnaud Charlet <charlet ACT-Europe FR> writes:

> > I believe you can build without pthread, if you pass the right stuff
> > to glib configure.
> The trouble is that I do not want to reconfigure/rebuild/reinstall glib
> each time I build a new application that has or doesn't have threads.
> Unless I am missing something, with Gtk+ 1.2, as long as you do not
> use libgthread explicitely, you do not depend on libgthread not libpthread,
> even when glib has been configured with --enable-threads
> (the default I believe).
> This is this change of behavior that I find annoying, but if it is
> an unwanted change, it might be possible to fix/revert this change.

There was no intentional change in this area. I think it's just
minor breakage in GTK+'s that happened when we switched
to pkg-config. Will investigate.


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