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Re: Is pango still broken? (vim-gtk2 won't build)
On Sat, 18 Sep 2010, Patrick Welche wrote:
On Sat, Sep 18, 2010 at 01:26:50PM +0200, Thomas Klausner wrote:
So you're saying that your /usr/X11R7/lib/pkgconfig/pixman-1.pc on
-current built after Sep 15 still says "Version: 0.18.2" because the
Makefile rules are not correct?
If that's not what you're saying, please explain :)
Overall there are 2 things:
- I think the Ian is running NetBSD 5.0.2, and is probably hitting
gtk+ configure failing while trying to work out pango compile flags
because for some reason cairo doesn't see symbols in libpixman.
(I have no idea why - take a look at gtk2's config.log output...)
- I was burned by updating -current xsrc. There doesn't seem to be
a dependency in the Makefile rules to say "regenerate the pkgconfig
.pc file if configure (or config.h) changes" - only if the .pc.in
file changes. So I had a new library but an old .pc file.
That's why I was confused when you wrote that pkgsrc didn't use
the pixman in pkgsrc if you had updated -current: I had updated
-current but pkgsrc carried on building pkgsrc pixman.
The -current "work around" if that is what it is, is
make cleandir (to get rid of the old pixman-1.pc file)
Now pkgsrc knows about the new base pixman
pkg_delete -r pixman / cleanout any leftover work directories
make at will (eg firefox is compiling away for me at the moment)
I still don't understand
I wasn't paying enough attention, but I did cleanly rebuild world a
couple of times just before I got my build to work.
Hisashi T Fujinaka - htodd%twofifty.com@localhost
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