Re: libXrender.tar.gz problem

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Sergei Steshenko" <sergstesh yahoo com>
To: "Bill Cunningham" <billcu1 verizon net>; <gtk-list gnome org>
Sent: Monday, September 11, 2006 1:21 AM
Subject: Re: libXrender.tar.gz problem

> Xrender.pc most likely contains path of include and library files.
> You probably effectively don't use Xrender.pc since, as you wrote,
> it "isn't in the pkg-config dir".

    Not according to pkg-config

> And it probably is not consistent with actual file locations anyway,
> since, as you wrote: "So to make some things simpler I moved all the
> from extensions and the headers and a couple of C files".

    I have everything in usr/local in non-standard locations as far as X

> Now, why do you think you've made things simpler ?
> How did you let 'configure' know where the files are - you moved them,
> remember ?

    --x-includes=/usr/local/include/X11 --x-libraries=/usr/local/lib

pkg-config isn't overriden like it usually is like this.

> Did you use environment variables in order to help 'configure'  find
> the necessary files ?

    Not quite sure what you mean by environment variables. If you mean
X_CFLAGS or CFLAGS LDFLAGS. I know of them but not how to use them with
configure. I've tried.

> --Sergei.
> Applications From Scratch:

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