>Richard Eibrand hath declared on Wednesday the 14 day of April 2004 :-:
>>>>>I'm trying to compile the latest gtk+ (ver. 2.4), but I'm having problems
>>getting the required pango (1.4) to compile. I have compiled and installed
>>glib2.4. atk, the other requirement compiles and installs fine. When I go
>>to run configure for pango, it gives me the following error
>>>>>>Where did you install glib2.4 ?
>>>>>>The old version of glib is still installed via rpm, but if I try and
>>remove it (via synaptic), it gives a phletora of other progs that require
>>>>Any pointers as to what I can do to resolve this?
>>>>>>Are there any options that you can give to configure so it will look
>in different directories for libraries ?
>Or perhaps set CFLAGS ?
>>export CFLAGS="-L/path/to/glib2.4/lib -I/path/to/glib2.4/include"
>>There are often various ways of poking it in the right direction...
>>>glib1 and glib2 co-exist.
If you really want to do this, use garnome or jhbuild or one of the gnome
build systems. They'll make sure you have the right versions of pkgconfig
autoconf, automake etc.
>>Actually, as a matter of interest, would people have any good recomendations
>on how to start using (and breaking :) the automake/autoconf/&co build
>tools...? preferably of the dead tree variety...
>>>Kevin wrote a talk.. www.doolin.com somewhere.
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