Re: Installing gtk+2.10.12 issues.

On Wed, May 30, 2007 at 11:23:57AM +1000, Craig Burtenshaw - Sun Microsystems wrote:
> I am attempting to installing gtk+  (where I have tried 2.10.12 and 2.9.4), it configures 
> fine with the
> command  -  # ./configure --prefix=/usr
> However when I attempt to 'make' the binaries I get the following at the 
> end.
> config.status: executing gdk/gdkconfig.h commands
> config.status: gdk/gdkconfig.h is unchanged
> echo timestamp > stamp-gc-h
> make  all-recursive
> make[3]: Entering directory `/opt/gtk+-2.10.12/gdk'
> Making all in win32
> make[4]: Entering directory `/opt/gtk+-2.10.12/gdk/win32'
> Making all in rc
> make[5]: Entering directory `/opt/gtk+-2.10.12/gdk/win32/rc'
> gdk.rc gdk-win32-res.o
> gdk.rc: line 3: GTK_ICON: command not found
> ...
> WHY is it trying to execute the gdk.rc file, rather than putting it into 
> /usr/lib/pkgconfig ?

Obviously, it executes $(SOME_COMMAND) gdk.rc gdk-win32-res.o
where $(SOME_COMMAND) is not defined.  Look to the makefiles
and config.log to find out what command and why it's



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