Re: Where is my 'gtk.h' ?


> Ok...  I am pretty new to GTK programming.  I was a former Mandrake 8
> user where I programmed using KDE.
> On the weekend I moved across to RH9 and decided to give the Gnome
> enviroment a go and give programming with Gnome/Gtk at try.
> Seeing that I installed RH9 with it's base of Gnome - I assume the Gtk
> library would have installed and all the necessary files which I'd need
> to program using GTK.
> When I compile a very simple script with 'gcc' I get an error saying
> that it can't find 'gtk.h'
> I have it in the include statement as #include <gtk/gtk.h>.
> I have conducted a 'find' for gtk.h and found it in
> /usr/include/gtk-2.0/gtk
> I even updated my PATH variable in '.bashrc' to include this directory
> e.g: export PATH=$PATH:/usr/include/gtk-2.0/gtk
> Where am I going wrong ??


export PATH=$PATH:/usr/include/gtk-2.0/gtk

This is wrong. You should n't add include path to your binay path. 
you  can do this:

export CPPFLAGS="-I/usr/include/gtk-2.0/gtk":$CPPFLAGS



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