Re: Problems building pango-1.18.0 on Mac
- From: Michael Tuexen <Michael Tuexen lurchi franken de>
- To: Egon Andersen <post talura dk>
- Cc: gtk-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: Problems building pango-1.18.0 on Mac
- Date: Sat, 26 Jan 2008 15:24:56 +0100
On Jan 26, 2008, at 2:33 PM, Egon Andersen wrote:
Hmm. I'm not using an x-term, but the Terminal App... What does you
$PATH look like?
Michael Tuexen wrote:
Did you also do
env PKG_CONFIG_PATH=/usr/X11R6/lib/pkgconfig ./configure --disable-
It is important to set the PKG_CONFIG_PATH...
(BTW, I'm using the tcsh, if you use anther shell you might
need a different way to set the environment variable...)
I've set the PKG_CONFIG_PATH in .bashrc (I use bash) before starting
the x-terminal I use. The path is displayed when I type: env
And it was done before cairo configure and make.
I believe I've followed the description you gave, but apparently the
machines are behaving differently :-(
Which OS version are your running? My is 10.5.1...
Cut-and-paste on my side. I'm also using the X11 stuff. Just do not
user the --enable-quartz...
When I use the x-options for configure for pango, I get through the
configure phase, but the make is failing with the linker error
I've tried to follow your description even though I don't think it
is using X11, but quartz. For the moment I'm just interested in
having the pango installed and I'll then look at the X11 details
later, if I need it, just as I don't care for the png part right now.
Still it seems that I can't get passed the configure or make of
Sorry for the mistake.
(I have to stop for today, but will continue tomorrow, so any ideas
to overcome the pango build problems are welcome.)
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