Re: glade autogen
- From: Paul Rivera <paul_mrivera yahoo com>
- To: gtkmm-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: glade autogen
- Date: Wed, 6 Apr 2005 01:07:47 -0700 (PDT)
Ok, so installing that src.rpm only placed the
gettext.tar.gz file in the /usr/src/redhat/SOURCES. I
unzipped, untarred it and placed it in
/usr/share/gettext directory. I'm not getting the
gettext src not found error anymore. But I am getting
a new error when running autogen:
Please use AM_GNU_GETTEXT([external]) in order to
to look for an external libintl.
Please run 'aclocal -I m4' to regenerate the
You need aclocal from GNU automake 1.5 (or newer) to
Then run 'autoconf' to regenerate the configure file.
You might also want to copy the convenience header
from the /usr/share/gettext directory into your
It is a wrapper around <libintl.h> that implements the
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cp: cannot stat `po/Makevars.template': No such file
configure.in:47: error: `po/Makefile.in' is already
registered with AC_CONFIG_FILES.
I am completely stumped on how to fix this. Even the
hints are hard to figure out.
running 'aclocal -I m4' yeilds:
aclocal: file `m4/xsize.m4' does not exist
I'm using glade2-2.6.0-1
--- Paul Rivera <paul_mrivera yahoo com> wrote:
> I'm new to glade an I'm trying to make a simple
> project using c++(gtkmm). I was able to build it in
> glade but I'm getting errors when running
> Here are the errors:
> GNU Make 3.80 found
> autoconf (GNU Autoconf) 2.59 found
> automake (GNU automake) 1.9.2 found
> This script runs configure and make...
> You did remember necessary arguments for configure,
> /usr/bin/gettextize: line 252: cd:
> No such file or directorygettextize: *** gettext
> source directory '/usr/share/gettext' doesn't exist
> gettextize: *** Stop.
> cp: cannot stat `po/Makevars.template': No such file
> or directory
> I guess it needs the source code of gettext. I
> searched for a source rpm for gettext and found
> I installed it with 'rpm -ivh gettext...'. But
> install, I still don't a /usr/share/gettext folder.
> Did I install in incorrectly? Is there a difference
> between *.src.rpm and *.srpm?
> Running autogen.sh of my glade project still yeilds
> the same error.
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