Re: Pango installation error

On Apr 9, 2009, at 04:19, <Eric Dahl hzd hessen de> <Eric Dahl hzd hessen de> wrote:

i have a problem during the make step. I use pango 1.21.1, glib 2.18.0
and cairo 1.8.0 on a SUSE 8.2 system.

I use following steps:

./configure --prefix=$INSTALL_DIR CFLAGS="-O3 -fPIC" all fine here!
make -> following error occured: /bin/sh: line 1: glib-mkenums: command
not found
Installation terminates here.

What does it mean and how can i fix it?

It means pango needs the program glib-mkenums, and it could not find it. It's part of glib, which you say you have. So if it's present, you need to tell pango where it is. If it's not present, you need to figure out why your glib package didn't provide it. You may also want to upgrade to the current versions of all this software: glib 2.20.0, pango 1.24.0, cairo 1.8.6.

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