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Re: [yast-devel] GsoC Weekly Report - "Separating libYUI"

There seems to be a bug in Ubuntu 11.04 because of which CMake is
unable to find the GTK CMake modules. Also, the gdk-pikbuf package
installs itself in a different location in F14 and F15. CMake did not
seem to be able to identify this and builds failed on F14.
Since it seemed that Pkg-Config and CMake do not play well together, i
thought the best way would be to switch to autotools with pkg-config
to detect GTK headers and libs.

On Thu, Jun 30, 2011 at 3:43 PM, Duncan Mac-Vicar P. <dmacvicar@xxxxxxx> wrote:
On 06/28/2011 12:25 PM, N B Prashanth wrote:

1. libYUI and all three UI plugins (Qt, ncurses and GTK) have been
ported to target systems (Fedora and Ubuntu).


6. I have converted the GTK plugin to use autotools as opposed to

CMake. This has made it compile successfully in Ubuntu 11.04 using
pkg-config and I hope, it will compile of F14 as well. I will be
updating the GTK package on OBS this week.

How changing the build system fixed this?

I have a branch with a half finished port to Gtk3, I hope it does not get
hard to integrate later.

Thanks for the report.

Duncan Mac-Vicar P. - Novell® Making IT Work As One™

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