Re: [gtk-osx-users] osm-gps-map

On Jan 17, 2013, at 7:57 AM, Dirk Hohndel <dirk hohndel org> wrote:

> Hi
> I have been looking for a jhbuild module for osm-gps-map and couldn't find one - and in the process noticed that there doesn't appear to be a good searchable repository of modules that have been developed (and are being maintained).
> Am I missing something? Or is the user just expected to write their own modules and maintain them over time?

There's an osm-gps-map module in , which is maintained as part of the Gramps project. Note that it still points at Serge Noireaud's Gtk3 fork, which was merged into osm-gps-map master last week. If you want Gtk2 osm-gps-map, use .

The widely-used modulesets for building a Gtk stack, a PyGtk/PyGObject stack, GStreamer, and some commonly used dependencies along with Gimp (used to test that a wide range of modules are in fact working) are the guts of Gtk-OSX. True, there's no index and no special search engine, but the stable modulesets are copied into when you run, so you can grep them.

Beyond those core modules, yes, project maintainers are expected to maintain their own modulesets with the specialized dependencies for their projects.

John Ralls

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