Re: problem - gtk+-2.0.6 didn't create gtk-config


Philip Goisman <goisman physics arizona edu> writes:

> 	I am new to gtk+, but I built (successfully apparrently -
> no errors) gtk+-2.0.6 with all of the required applications
> (atk-1.0.3, glib-2.0.6, pkgconfig-0.12.0, gettext-0.11.5, and pango-1.0.4).
> gtk+-2.0.6 was built using gcc version 3.1.1 on Tru64 Unix V5.1A.
> 	However, when I try to use the installed gtk+-2.0.6 in another
> application, I receive the following error:
> checking for gtk-config... no
> checking for GTK - version >= 1.2.0... no
> *** The gtk-config script installed by GTK could not be found.
> *** If GTK was installed in PREFIX, make sure PREFIX/bin is in
> *** your path, or set the GTK_CONFIG environment variable to the
> *** full path to gtk-config.
> *** GTK+ is available from
> configure: error: Test for GTK failed.
> Is gtk-config supposed to be created automatically when configuring
> and compiling gtk+-2.0.6?  If so, what could be the problem.  If
> not, what configure option is needed to include gtk-config in the 
> build?

gtk-config is not used any longer. Instead the more general pkg-config
is used. According to your mail you installed it already. There's a
pkg-config man-page and the GTK+ API reference explains its use with
respect to GTK+-2.0:

Salut, Sven

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