Re: Unable to locate module error.

On Fri, Jul 16, 2004 at 14:09:48 -0400, muppet wrote:
Which gives.
t/1....ok 1/7sh: line 1: pkg-config: command not found
t/1....NOK 2#     Failed test (t/1.t at line 21)
t/1....NOK 3#     Failed test (t/1.t at line 22)
sh: line 1: pkg-config: command not found
t/1....ok 4/7sh: line 1: pkg-config: command not found
sh: line 1: pkg-config: command not found

there's your problem -- you didn't install pkg-config.

pkg-config is a tool used by the GNOME project and many others to 
maintain library dependency information.  ExtUtils::PkgConfig uses this 
tool to read the *.pc files installed by the various gtk+ and GNOME 
libraries so that you can compile the C code that backs up the 
Gtk2-Perl extensions.  in fact, you need it to compile *any* software 
that uses the GNOME libraries.  you can install pkg-config from your 
vendor's packages and ExtUtils::PkgConfig will be quite happy.

Gtk2 uses pkg-config too. That means, that Gtk2 is not installed either.
IIRC it's not possible to install Gtk2 from sources without pkg-config,
because Glib, Atk and Pango have to be installed separately before and
pkg-config is used by Gtk2's configure to find them.

                                                 Jan 'Bulb' Hudec <bulb ucw cz>

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