Re: [orca-list] Building Orca from SVN HELP!
- From: Willie Walker <William Walker Sun COM>
- To: Steve Holmes <steve holmesgrown com>
- Cc: orca-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: [orca-list] Building Orca from SVN HELP!
- Date: Fri, 25 Jan 2008 15:11:05 -0500
Given the issues you're running into, I'm thinking maybe Debian might be
a system that could give you a better chance at success. But, I've
never installed/used Slackware or Debian, so I have no experience in
developing on them.
Steve Holmes wrote:
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Sorry to be replying to myself but I have other questions here. Has
anyone else been able to build Orca from latest trunk on a
slackware/dropline package? With all these unresolved links, I'm
beginning to doubt the integrety of Slackware/dropline as a
development platform for latest gnome components. These unresolveds
seem to be coming from gnome/x11 libraries. Again, I'm talking about
at-spi. If I can't get at-spi to compile, I guess I won't be able to
go with these latest fixes in Orca on this Slackware box.
I have a nice spankin' new Debian CD laying on my desk at home just
begging to take over my system. I just can't seem to find these
unresolved references. (see my previous posts on this subject.)
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