Subject: Re: XCursorGen
To: Frederick Bruckman <email@example.com>
From: Nicholas Ricketts <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 08/16/2003 13:36:52
I would do that execpt that I always update my x11 using xsrc. So whats going
to happen if I use the package to install xcursorgen then they fix the xsrc
so that xcursorgen builds by default. Then I will have a problem. I will have
2 different verions installed in the same place. I have png-1.2.5nb2
installed can I use this to compile xcursorgen under xsrc. I really need it
to compile from xsrc. If the package works why not under work under xsrc. Is
there a way to force it to make xcursorgen from xsrc?
On Saturday 16 August 2003 08:11 pm, you wrote:
> On Sat, 16 Aug 2003, Nicholas Ricketts wrote:
> > I see the xcursorgen is under the xsrc tree. But when I do this:
> > cd /usr/xrc && make build
> > it installs pretty much everything. But it doesnt install xcursorgen and
> > I need it to help me make some cursors. Any idea on how to make it
> > install this program would be appreciated. Thank you.
> It looks like it's not built by default because it needs libpng.
> It would probably be easiest to build the NetBSD package. The package
> apparently has the same codebase; the Imakefiles are just patched to
> let the package build easily outside of xsrc.