Re: [Gtk-osx-users] Installing on Snow Leopard

First Off: i'm brand new to the list, and this message came through before my subscription complete. Therefore i don't have a copy of the message i'm replying to, i just saw it in the archives.  It will thread as a new message rather than a proper reply, however.  Anyway:

On Jan 4, 2010, at 20:19, Shawn Bakhtiar wrote:

> I do not know what the --ignore-system is for. I don't even need to add any environmental variables or anything.

	I'm a newbie with GTK on the Mac, but i just ran across this issue while doing the basic compile.  Just running "jhbuild bootstrap" compiles the bootstrap portion with the following message at the end:

> I: some modules (python) were automatically ignored as a sufficient enough version was found installed on your system. Use --ignore-system if you want to build them nevertheless.

	So evidently "-ignore-system" forces the build of all modules, even the ones that duplicate what is already provided.  Presumably some of the system python stuff has been found insufficient?

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