gnome-2.30 *long* (Was Re: /opt prefix (Was: Re: BLFS - Target 6.5 or SVN?))

DJ Lucas dj at linuxfromscratch.org
Sun Jul 11 00:22:49 PDT 2010


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On 07/11/2010 01:49 AM, Wayne Blaszczyk wrote:

> I couldn't build gnome-disk-utility without avahi. I'll have another
> closer look at it a bit later.

Yep..that was what I forgot.  Thanks.

> 
> <snip>
> 
> I've build my 2.30.2 stack with no build problems. The only other note
> worth mentioning was that I needed to rebuild gir-repository a couple of
> times. Namely, after webkit, otherwise something would fail after this
> which I cannot remember ATM. I've since then modified my auto build
> scripts to re-install packages that have optional dependencies that are
> installed after the fact.

In one of the packages that wouldn't build for me, one of a newer
dependency needed cmake, might have been webkit..not sure.  I dropped to
previous version which seemed fine.  IIRC, the webkit error message was
rather generic leaving me with nothing to troubleshoot with.  I will
give it a shot tomorrow (is 2:20 AM here and I need sleep).

- -- DJ Lucas

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