Re: GTK+_failed installation

On Mon, Jan 05, 2015 at 11:28:04AM +0100, Nabil Ferguen wrote:
Dear Team GTK,

I would like to install gtk+ (for OOF2D) on ubunto 12.04, and I have
successfully installed all packages (pango, glib, gdk-pixbuf, atk) but
the compiler fails and sends an error message linked to the atspi-2
package (requires version > = 2.11.2). I have looked on the web in
order to find this package but it seems that it is obsolete. How I can
this problem.

Are you trying to build a new version of GTK+ from source? Also, what is
the exact error message that you get and what are you doing when you're
getting it?

Ubuntu 12.04 includes an early version of GTK 3; version 3.4 I belive.
If that version is good enough then installing the libgtk-3-dev package
should be enough.

If you want to install a later version for test or development purposes
then using JHBuild [1] is often easiest. It will also be able to build
most of the dependencies for you.



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