Re: Mac OS X native port linking problems

Thanx for the quick responds.

The .pc file from fontconfig looks normal:

prefix=/Library/Frameworks/Gnome.framework/Frameworks/ Fontconfig.framework/Versions/2.3.95

Name: Fontconfig
Description: Font configuration and customization library
Version: 2.3.95
Libs: -L${libdir} -lfontconfig
Cflags: -I${includedir}

The funny thing is when I execute "pkg-config --cflags fontconfig" from the build script nothing returns. While PKG_CONFIG_PATH is following:

:/Library/Frameworks/PkgConfig.framework/Versions/0.20/lib/pkgconfig:/ Library/Frameworks/GetText.framework/Versions/0.14.5/lib/pkgconfig:/ Library/Frameworks/Gnome.framework/Frameworks/Libxml2.framework/ Versions/2.6.24/lib/pkgconfig:/Library/Frameworks/Gnome.framework/ Frameworks/Freetype.framework/Versions/2.1.10/lib/pkgconfig:/Library/ Frameworks/Gnome.framework/Frameworks/Fontconfig.framework/Versions/ 2.3.95/lib/pkgconfig:/Library/Frameworks/Gnome.framework/Frameworks/ Tiff.framework/Versions/3.8.2/lib/pkgconfig:/Library/Frameworks/ Gnome.framework/Frameworks/Png.framework/Versions/1.2.10/lib/ pkgconfig:/Library/Frameworks/Gnome.framework/Frameworks/ Cairo.framework/Versions/1.1.6/lib/pkgconfig:/Library/Frameworks/ Gnome.framework/Frameworks/Glib2.framework/Versions/2.11.1/lib/ pkgconfig:/Library/Frameworks/Gnome.framework/Frameworks/ Atk.framework/Versions/1.11.4/lib/pkgconfig:/Library/Frameworks/ Gnome.framework/Frameworks/Pango.framework/Versions/1.13.1/lib/pkgconfig

If I set in the shell PKG_CONFIG_PATH to the above and execute "pkg- config --cflags fontconfig" I get "-I/Library/Frameworks/ Gnome.framework/Frameworks/Fontconfig.framework/Versions/2.3.95/ include " like it should be.

About the ImageIO.framework. If I do "grep -R ImageIO.framework *" in the sources of the normal build and the framework build I find a references to it in the .deps folders of gdk, pango and cairo. But only one build fails. I have the self built tiff and png libraries in both cases in the pkg-config path. Configure would fails without the self built libraries. How can I control to witch library I want to link? Could I somehow add the ImageIO.framework with the "- framework" option. ImageIO.framework has libTIFF.dylib and libPng.dylib in it. Is that all we need?

Hope we can figure this out eventually. The script worked for older versions of gtk though.

Anyway thanx for your help,


On 22.05.2006, at 21:05, Richard Hult wrote:

Easy B skrev:
I found a pretty cool build script from the mono project that actually already does the job. More or less all I did was update the links to the latest tarballs.

Ah, that's interesting.

Cannot load module /Volumes/Users/easyb/Prog/gtk/native/ frameworkbuild/Dependancies/gtk+-2.9.1/modules/input/ dlopen(/Volumes/Users/easyb/Prog/gtk/native/frameworkbuild/ Dependancies/gtk+-2.9.1/modules/input/.libs/, 10): Symbol not found: __cg_TIFFWriteDirectory Referenced from: /System/Library/Frameworks/ ApplicationServices.framework/Versions/A/Frameworks/ ImageIO.framework/ Versions/A/ImageIO Expected in: /Library/Frameworks/Gnome.framework/Frameworks/ Tiff.framework/Versions/3.8.2/lib/libTIFF.dylib

It looks like there is a clash between the tiff library in the system and the one you've built. Would it be possible to use the system one instead? And likewise for libpng.

Anyway, the other strange thing that happened was that some headers couldn't be found. I found out that pkg-config wouldn't return anything when doing "pkg-config --cflags fontconfig" although "--libs fontconfig" would return the right thing. Any ideas?

I've never seen that, I get the right include flags here but that's with my "normal", non-framework build of course. What does the pc file look like?


Imendio AB,

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