Re: Gtkmm installation
- From: Kjell Ahlstedt <kjell ahlstedt bredband net>
- To: Glus Xof <gtglus gmail com>
- Cc: gtkmm-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: Gtkmm installation
- Date: Tue, 23 Aug 2011 15:26:40 +0200
I assume that you refer to the Bugzilla comment
To use the version of gtkmm that you have built and installed with
'jhbuild build', you can start a new shell with 'jhbuild shell'. See
It adds and modifies a lot of environment variables. I'm not sure which
ones are really important. Anyway, if you compile, link, and run your
application in a shell that 'jhbuild shell' has created, you will use
the version of gtkmm that jhbuild has built.
tis 2011-08-16 klockan 16:03 +0200 skrev Glus Xof:
> Hi guys,
> After the Mr Cumming's response in Buzilla, yesterday, I'm analysing
> my Gtkmm installation...
> While I'm working in a Debian GNU/Linux system, the shared libraries
> are already installed by package manager...
> On the other hand & for getting the last version, I build Gtkmm (in my
> /home folder) using jhbuild & git.
> My hypothese is that my app, according to the newest jhbuild & git
> version (and after setting the PKG_CONFIG_PATH envent var) compiles
> well, but breaks because it runs according to the content of the older
> deb package version.
> If so (if I well realized the problem), how can I solve and finish the
> installation ?
> (Must copy -or delete- something to /usr/lib.. ?, must set an extra var ?, ...)
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