Subject: Re: gnome-config: not found
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Ray Phillips <email@example.com>
Date: 10/08/2007 16:53:43
> > I discovered the gnome-libs package contains gnome-config and
>> installed it on the installed-from-binary machine, then tried again:
> > it no longer complains about gnome-config not being found, but
> > there's not a file named pygobject-2.0.pc on that machine.
>> I don't know what to do now.
>install devel/py-gobject[-shared] ?
Thanks for that Chavdar. When I searched the list of all packages
for that package I used the string 'pygobject' and didn't find it. :(
Installing the py-gobject-shared package was the final step required;
now OOF2 will install.
Any thoughts on why gnome-config is required on the machine whose
packages were installed from precompiled binaries but not on the
machine where they were built from source?
To make sure I wasn't mistaken, I started again with a fresh install
of NetBSD 3.1 and the 2007Q2 pkgsrc tar ball. After installing these
(then link /usr/pkg/bin/python to /usr/pkg/bin/python2.4)
there's no gnome-config command on the system but OOF2 installs happily.
I noticed py-gobject-shared is installed, I think as a result of
installing py-gtk2, but it wasn't on my installed-from-binaries
machine until I installed it explicitly.
libgnome isn't in the list pkg_info produces.