Re: [gtk-osx-users] [gtk-osx-devel] Previous method for building gtkmm3

On Nov 5, 2012, at 9:40 PM, JIm Charlton <jim jimc dyndns org> wrote:

> On 12-11-05 07:42 PM, John Ralls wrote:
>> On Nov 5, 2012, at 5:59 PM, JIm Charlton <jim jimc dyndns org> wrote:
>>> On 12-10-25 09:15 AM, John Ralls wrote:
>>>> On Oct 23, 2012, at 8:20 PM, Jim Charlton <jim jimc dyndns org> wrote:
>>>>> If I do
>>>>> jhbuild buildone cairomm
>>>>> using either modulesets-stable or unstable, it errors out saying FcPattern has not been declared.
>>>>> I have a relatively pristine installation of the OS and Xcode.  Are we sure that Cairomm does not need FontConfig???  How does one fix this?
>>>> Yes. Those functions are protected with #ifdef CAIRO_HAS_FT_FONT. You've managed to confuse configure into defining it.
>>>> Given your previous messages, I think you need to make a clean start by deleting everything: jhbuild (in ~/Source), checkoutroot and prefix (by default in ~/gtk/src and ~/gtk/inst respectively), and ~/.jhbuild*. Run the following commands, in order, verbatim:
>>>> jhbuild bootstrap
>>>> jhbuild --moduleset='' build meta-gtk-osx-bootstrap meta-gtk-osx-gtk3 meta-gtk-osx-gtkmm
>>>> Do not *ever* edit ~/.jhbuildrc. You can use .jhbuildrc-custom to make just about any modification you can program in python. Don't mix modulesets, either: The dependency chains aren't interchangeable, though bootstrap.modules, invoked by `jhbuild bootstrap`, is special and installed in ~/Source/jhbuild/modulesets; there's only one of it. For example, to save some typing, you can create a .jhbuildrc-custom containing the following lines:
>>>> moduleset = ''
>>>> modules = ['meta-gtk-osx-bootstrap', 'meta-gtk-osx-gtk3', 'meta-gtk-osx-gtkmm']
>>>> after which you would need only say `jhbuild build` on the command line to accomplish the same task.
>>>> Regards,
>>>> John Ralls
>>> John:
>>> Sorry that I did not get back to you on your more precise instructions (install gtkmm3).  I tried it twice.  Each time it stopped during building of freetype saying that there was no target for " install".  I told it to ignore that... recalling that freetype was not even needed.  It went on to build fontconfig... something else that I thought was not needed.  Then it choked on atk (not atkmm).  Anyway... I have had some other hardware problems that are taking all of my time so I am not sure when I will get back to it. Perhaps I can try your more recent upgrade to the packages when I get a chance.
>> *Please* remember to CC the list!
>> If freedesktop is stopping then you're building stable, from tarballs. That means you're not following my instructions.
>> Sorry to hear about your hardware issues, that's a real PITA. Hope you can get them resolved quickly.
>> Regards
>> John Ralls
> Sorry about not posting to the list but I was not sure it was pertinent to the list.  As for building from modulesets-stable... yes indeed, that is what I did as that is what you put in your 'verbatim' instructions.  I wondered about that.  If I ever get things organized here... I will try again.

Sorry, you're right. I did say to build stable, from scratch. But under stable, Freetype and FontConfig *were* required to build Pango, so by ignoring the install error (which was really a failure to run configure), Pango would fail to build.

With the updated stable modulesets, Freetype and friends (now includes Harfbuzz) build only if a later module has a dependency on PangoFc. The only one I'm aware of at this point is WebKit. Not only that, but I've added skip-autogen="never" to Freetype' module description and that seems to stop it skipping configure.

So, when you get your machine sorted out, try again.

John Ralls

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