Re: [gtk-osx-users] cups server issues

I also noticed changes to module sets, and these changes causes some troubles.
For example, intltool (and number of others)  now is moved to bootstrap.modules. When I build my own program using
that has dependency on intltool, jhbuild throws the error that intltool is unknown module even if it is installed already. You whether have to to add
<include href=""/>
into gtk-osx.modules file, or move back intltool (and others) to gtk-osx-bootstrap.modules ...


From: John Ralls <jralls ceridwen us>
To: Alwyn Goodloe <agoodloe gmail com>
Cc: "gtk-osx-users-list gnome org" <gtk-osx-users-list gnome org>
Sent: Tuesday, June 4, 2013 5:49 AM
Subject: Re: [gtk-osx-users] cups server issues

On Jun 3, 2013, at 10:32 PM, Alwyn Goodloe <agoodloe gmail com> wrote:

The command you suggested didn't really fix things. Based on the bug ticket saying's autoreconf -i (line 244 in master as of this writing) call fails
if there's already an in srcdir and the installed libtool is of a
different version -- not an uncommon occurence when dealing with tarballs.
Changing the call to autoreconf -fi overcomes the problem and should be
otherwise harmless.
I made the hack in the to use the -fi option but it didn't seem to really fix the problems with this stage of the install. Maybe I should manually remove some files? (I have libtool version 2.4.2 installed). I


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Yes, you're right, I was too hasty in jumping on autoreconf. It appears that gtk-doc or gnome-doc-utils might be 
missing or misconfigured. Try running
  jhbuild bootstrap 
  jhbuild build meta-gtk-osx-bootstrap 
again to be sure that all of those dependencies are installed correctly.

John Ralls

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