Re: [gtkmm] Gtkmm2.2 on Debian stable alongside gtk2.0

On 24 Feb 2003 23:56:01 -0500
Jonathan Brandmeyer <jbrandmeyer earthlink net> wrote:

> I have a Debian woody system with gnome2 installed.
> I want to do some programming work with gtkmm2, so I built 2.2.1 and all
> its dependancies, and installed them in /usr/local.
> Can my install of gtk2.2 in /usr/local live side-by-side with gtk2.0 in
> /usr (installed by debian)?  Or should I just clobber my
> debian-installed gtk2 by using --prefix=/usr?  Or is something else the
> problem?

What does "ldd <your executable>" give you? It should show the libs in /usr/local/lib. If not you could try to export  LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/usr/local/lib. I don't know if that solves your problem but at least on my system I have to do this to use the 2.2 libraries.


> Thanks for your advice,
> Jonathan
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