Re: Glib for iOS

On 07/18/2012 12:49 AM, Hubert Figuière wrote:
> On 17/07/12 03:46 PM, Paul Davis wrote:
>> it can be very hard. there are two approaches. one is to build a
>> pseudo/fake gtk-doc package for OS X, which does actually exist, but i
>> can't tell you where to find it. google will help. the other is to install
>> ALL the dependencies that gtk-doc requires, which is substantial:
> And do we know the rationale for forcing gtk-doc ? I mean glib is
> supposed to be lightweight library, but this is like everything
> including the kitchen sink. This alone as always discouraged me to use
> glib for portable code.
This only happens if you build from e.g. git. It does not happen if you
build from a tarball. The issue is that you need gtk-doc.m4 in order to
resolve the macro, therwise the macro invocation stays there in the
generated configure file, which then won't run. There are efforts to
resolv it:


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