Subject: Building GTK+ pkg on -current (i386)
To: NetBSD-Current <email@example.com>
From: Tim Walls <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 01/14/2000 17:29:07
Using NetBSD-current, and a current pkgsrc (freshly updated today,) I
can't coax the gtk+ package into compiling properly.
Basically, it spurts out a whole load of unsatisfied references when
attempting to link the 'testgtk' binary, almost certainly as a result
of the change from a.out to ELF.
Does anyone know how to get it working? (As a short term solution, I
thought I might just rip the testgtk dependencies out of the makefile
& try and coax it to install the libraries (which _do_ seem to
compile OK,) but I thought I better check here first!