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

On 10/21/2012 02:36 PM, John Ralls wrote:
On Oct 21, 2012, at 2:13 PM, Jim Charlton <jim jimc dyndns org> wrote:

On 10/21/2012 12:43 PM, John Ralls wrote:
On Oct 21, 2012, at 9:35 AM, Jim Charlton <jim jimc dyndns org> wrote:

Here is my previous method for building gtkmm3 on LION

jhbuild bootstrap --skip libiconv
edited .jhbuildrc to change modulesets-stable to modulesets-unstable
Don't edit .jhbuildrc. You can set moduleset = foo (with whatever value of foo you like) in .jhbuildrc-custom.

added os.environ["ARCHFLAGS"] = "-arch x86_64" to .jhbuildrc-custom
jhbuild build meta-gtk-osx-bootstrap
jhbuild build meta-gtk-osx-gtkmm (it will halt on errors)
independently build/install mm-common and meta-gtk-osx-freetype and put a link between .../gtk/inst/lib/freetype and .../freetype2.
Since you're building from unstable, and so using Pango git master, you shouldn't need Freetype anymore. I (just) added mm-common as a dependency of libsig++, so you won't need to build it after I push the commit.

jhbuild build --skip=atk-bridge gtk+-3.0
Probably better to build meta-gtk-osx-gtk3. The atk-bridge module has been removed, and the gtk3 module's autogen-args includes "--without-atk-bridge", the "skip" isn't needed.

got atkmm-2.22.6.tar from and unpacked it, started a jhbuild shell and ./configure,  make, make install
I've just added that to the  moduleset as well.

continue building meta-gtk-osx-gtkmm

That worked a few months ago and I never got the gobject-introspection error.

I will try again from scratch and see how it now works.
Better to wait a little while, I'm testing my additions to the moduleset and I'll push it when I'm done.

John Ralls

Thanks John:  Do I still need to do 'jhbuild boostrap --skip libiconv' or is the --skip no longer needed?  Can you make meta-gtk-osx-gtk3 a dependency of meta-gtk-osx-gtkmm so it does not have to be built independently?  I will hold off until you make your changes.  What is the status of the gtkmm3 package in modulesets-stable?  Is it similar to meta-gtk-osx-gtkmm in modulesets-unstable?  They have similar dependencies.  I tried it some time ago without success but I never worked on it long.

Please keep the discussion on the list. "Reply All" helps a lot.

I've taken libiconv out of unstable.

No, gtk+ and gtk+-3.0 need to be soft dependencies of gtkmm so that it can be built on top of either one. That requires that you include it in your build-list. (At least I think so… I'm trying that now.) Note that you can set up the whole thing in .jhbuildrc-custom so that all you have to type is `jhbuild build` .

I've pushed the changes, so it should build OK for you now.

It look like I had a misunderstanding about gtkmm versions being linked to particular versions of gtk. It's equally possible that it's *now* that I misunderstand… I'll get it sorted this week.

John Ralls

Hmmmm. Dang. I thought that I had replied to the list as well. I will try to do so in the future. The proof of the pudding... and all that. I will give it a try and report back. I will build meta-gtk-osx-gtkmm in "modulesets-unstable" and build gtk+-3.0 when it needs it.

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