Re: [Gtk-osx-users] Some Help to have zenity running (newbie)
- From: Olivier Chararas <oliv chararas online fr>
- To: GTK+-2 OSX Users <gtk-osx-users lists sourceforge net>
- Subject: Re: [Gtk-osx-users] Some Help to have zenity running (newbie)
- Date: Thu, 06 Aug 2009 23:31:27 +0200
John Ralls wrote :
> On Aug 5, 2009, at 6:05 PM, Olivier Chararas wrote:
>> - How to find if a function is included in the predef modules ?
>> - How to find the name of the module ?
>> - Where to find longer explanations than in
>> http://sourceforge.net/apps/trac/gtk-osx/wiki/Build about (for
>> instance) available modules ?
> Here's what's going on:
> There are two modulesets, the jhbuild modulesets and the gtk-osx
> modulesets. They're different because different configure arguments
> need to be passed for gtk-osx than for gtk on Linux. There are a lot
> more modules in the jhbuild modulesets because they're getting
> and tested by the Gnome build team and gtk-osx modules are written
> tested only by me.
Thanks for your work and for your rapid answer
> So here's what to do:
> jhbuild --moduleset=~/Source/jhbuild/modulesets/gnome-2.18.modules
> That will give you a list of modules that you'll need.
OK it gives me a list of dependencies.
> Grep for each one of them in ~/Source/jhbuild/modulesets/gtk-osx*.
> The ones that show up you can cross off your list.
OK I come up with libart_lgpl, libgnomecanvas and zenity remaining.
> Create a new moduleset, zenity.modules.
OK done according to directions in wiki/Build, with the
> Include gtk-osx.modules (which will include the others).
OK this one seems simple.
Thanks for your help : it is much appreciated as I am new to linux, gtk
and distributions. More to come when I finish some reading...
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