Re: Gtk2-Perl with private Gtk library?

--- Peter Daum <gator_ml yahoo de> wrote:

I have a pretty old Gtk2 library installed that I can't upgrade.
Additionally, I have some newer versions installed under a different
prefix path. To run a binary program using a newer gtk library, it is
enough to set LD_LIBRARY_PATH to the desired location (e.g.
LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/opt/gtk2.10/lib gimp)

Is there any way to tell Gtk2-Perl in a similar way to use the
Gtk library installed under a certain path? At least just setting
LD_LIBRARY_PATH obviously doesn't do the job ...

                  Peter Daum

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