Re: Runtime error on Linux (undefined symbol)

--- On Sun, 4/5/09, Mun Johl <Mun Johl Emulex Com> wrote:

> From: Mun Johl <Mun Johl Emulex Com>
> Subject: Runtime error on Linux (undefined symbol)
> To: gtk-list gnome org
> Date: Sunday, April 5, 2009, 3:49 PM
> Hi,
> Thanks to folks on this list I was able to finally get gtk+
> compiled on
> my Red Hat Enterprise Linux v5.3 system.  However, I
> then complied vim
> v7.2.148 with the gui (GTK2), and I got the following error
> when I tried
> to run the vim with the gui:
> ./vim: symbol lookup error:
> /usr/local/lib/ undefined symbol:
> g_signal_new_class_handler
> I compiled and installed into /usr/local the glib-2.20.0
> and gtk+-2.16.0
> packages (and all of their dependencies),  Perhaps
> there is a conflict
> with what was installed on my computer initially?
> BTW, I'm using gcc v4.1.2 .
> Any information on 'g_signal_new_class_handler' and how to
> resolve the
> issue would be very much appreciated.
> Thanks,
> -- 
> Mun
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How did you make sure you were using the right gtk+ ?

See attached a hint - this is an autogenerated file by my AppsFromScratch.
I think you'll have to do something similar by hand.



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