Lesstif tests require Xorg-apps

Guy Dalziel krendoshazin at dementedfury.org
Sat Aug 15 06:27:07 PDT 2009


On Sat, Aug 15, 2009 at 07:07:23AM -0600, Matthew Burgess wrote:
> make[3]: Entering directory `/sources/blfs/lesstif-0.95.2/test/Xm/drag_help'
> gcc -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -I. -I. -I../..  -I../../../include/Motif-2.1 
> -I../../../include/Motif-2.1 -I../../../include/Motif-1.2 
> -I../../../include/Motif-1.2     -g -I/usr/include  -c test1.c
> test1.c:19:28: error: X11/bitmaps/Excl: No such file or directory
> test1.c:20:33: error: X11/bitmaps/FlipHoriz: No such file or directory
> test1.c:21:32: error: X11/bitmaps/FlipVert: No such file or directory
> 
> This is because those files come from the bitmap-1.0.3 package that is
> within the Xorg-Apps bundle.

My general assumption was that you would build lesstif after you have
built Xorg. Is there something in Xorg Applications that makes use of
Lesstif?

> Is it worth putting a note on the Lesstif page to
> this effect?  e.g. under the Recommended deps you'd put
> "Xorg Apps (if you run the test suite during the build)", similar to the note
> on OpenSSL's page regarding 'bc'.

If there is nothing in X that makes use of Lesstif then we could
probably change Xorg Libs to the X Window System. Some people may
disagree on account of technicality, but I feel that, as a whole,
depending upon both Applications and Libs is enough to qualify it as
depending upon the X Window System. I just can't think of a situation
where someone would want Xorg Libs and Lesstif, but not Xorg. I grant
that it's only needed for the test suite, so it's sort of a grey area.

What's the opinion on this? Make Xorg Apps recommended with a
parenthesis about the test suite or change Xorg Libraries to Xorg.
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