[Rhythmbox-devel] Re: Compile problems

Just as a follow up to my own email:

The problem with issue #3 is that intltool-merge is empty.  It is never
created successfully from intltool-merge.in.  This stems from the issue
discussed in a previous email during configure:

config.status: executing intltool commands
sed: -e expression #5, char 24: unknown option to `s'
sed: -e expression #5, char 24: unknown option to `s'
sed: -e expression #5, char 24: unknown option to `s'

intltool_edit="-e 's:@INTLTOOL_EXTRACT@:`pwd`/intltool-extract:g' \
               -e 's:@INTLTOOL_ICONV@:${ICONV}:g' \
               -e 's:@INTLTOOL_MSGFMT@:${MSGFMT}:g' \
               -e 's:@INTLTOOL_MSGMERGE@:${MSGMERGE}:g' \
               -e 's:@INTLTOOL_XGETTEXT@:${XGETTEXT}:g' \
               -e 's:@INTLTOOL_PERL@:${INTLTOOL_PERL}:g'"

On my system, XGETTEXT is set to ":" for some reason.  When replacing
${XGETTEXT} with "xgettext", it generates intltool-merge correctly.  So
for some reason it's having trouble obtaining the correct value for

Also, on a side-note, on the playbin-merge-lirc tree, the HAVE_REMOTE
ifdef's need to be uncommented or else those without lirc support will
have compile/linking problems.

Sorry for the rambling emails, its late.

Jon Oberheide

On Thu, 2005-04-14 at 01:57 -0400, Jon Oberheide wrote:
> Greetings,
> These fixes/problems are on a Gentoo ~x86 box and are against the latest
> rhythmbox--remote--0.9 tree.  I haven't been able to compile this tree
> for a while and finally have some time to go through it.  Some of these
> may apply to mainline as well but I haven't tested it yet.
> Issue #1
> ========
> rhythmdb.c:2606: warning: implicit declaration of function `ngettext'
> rhythmdb.c:2606: warning: nested extern declaration of `ngettext'
> Fixed by attached rhythmbox-libintl-fix.patch
> Issue #2
> ========
> rb-remote-bonobo.c:547: warning: ISO C90 forbids mixed declarations and
> code
> The offending line:
> guint prop_id = bonobo->priv->next_property++;
> After looking at remote/bonobo/rb-remote-bonobo.h, it seems that the
> RBRemoteBonoboPrivate struct doesn't even have any members defined in
> it.  Is there some bonobo magic here that I'm missing?  The only way to
> work around this is to ignore compiler warnings.
> Issue #3
> ========
> During "make install":
> LC_ALL=C ../../intltool-merge -o -u
> -c ../../po/.intltool-merge-cache ../../po
> Rhythmbox_Nautilus_Context_Menu.server.in
> Rhythmbox_Nautilus_Context_Menu.server
> /bin/sh ../../mkinstalldirs /usr/local/lib/bonobo/servers
>  /usr/bin/install -c -m
> 644 ./Rhythmbox_Nautilus_Context_Menu.server /usr/local/lib/bonobo/servers/Rhythmbox_Nautilus_Context_Menu.server
> /usr/bin/install: cannot stat
> `./Rhythmbox_Nautilus_Context_Menu.server': No such file or directory
> It appears that the intltool-merge command is not actually creating
> Rhythmbox_Nautilus_Context_Menu.server in the remote/bonobo/ directory
> for whatever reason.
> Issue #X
> ========
> I may be missing a lot more warnings that shouldn't be ignored by
> disabling warnings but I can't get past #2 to find out...
> Some of these may possibly be Gentoo specific as I haven't seen any one
> else complaining about them, but proper fixes wouldn't negatively affect
> other distros.
> Comments definitely appreciated.
> Regards,
> Jon Oberheide
Jon Oberheide <jon oberheide org>
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