Re: GTK installation

On Sat, Jul 02, 2005 at 11:12:32AM -0400, Antonio Gomes wrote:
> just once again (sorry Yeti, but let's make easier his life :))
> You must install all GTK dependences in the "right place" (using the
> --prefix configure options and/or setting up your PGK_CONFIG_PATH with
> the .pc files created) before try to build GTK.

I wonder what can help more people to set PKG_CONFIG_PATH
than a message they should set PKG_CONFIG_PATH.  Maybe it's
too late and instead something like

if echo :$PKG_CONFIG_PATH: | grep -v :$(pkgconfigdir): >/dev/null; then
    echo Your PKG_CONFIG_PATH does not contain $(pkgconfigdir).
    echo Please remember to add it to allow other programs to find $(PACKAGE).
    echo And don't even try to ask \`I ignored two messages I have to
    echo set PKG_CONFIG_PATH and now it doesn't compile. What should I do?\'
    echo in gtk-list you bastard.

should be done install-local of GLib and others?


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