[Thuban-list] Thuban on Mandrake 10.1?
bernhard at intevation.de
Wed Feb 2 00:45:14 CET 2005
On Wed, Jan 26, 2005 at 02:18:49AM -0200, Servio Tulio Pires Amarante wrote:
> I see. From what I read elsewhere, _gtk_accel_group_detach have been
> removed/replaced in GTK 2.4x, standard library in mdk 10.1. So, I think that
> only a new version of Thuban, built over wxPython 2.5x will run under
> Mandrake 10.1. The kind of changes in the system to make it run under 10.1
> may causes too much trouble.
Meanwhile I have looked at the GTK 2.4.x documentation and found
that symbol to be removed as documented.
I tried to find out if there is a stable version of wx2.4 for newer GTKs
from wxwidgets.org, but had no luck so far.
It strikes me as rather odd, as those changes could not be that problematic
and wx2.4 still is the official stable version.
Maybe somebody should try to ask on their mailing lists or search
On Thu, Jan 27, 2005 at 04:15:06AM -0200, Servio Tulio Pires Amarante wrote:
> > It should be possible without too much problem as wxPython 2.4 shall
> > work without problem with GTK 2.4.x if I am not mistaken.
> > So you might only need to rebuild wxPythonGTK from the Mandrake src.rpm
> > Can you try this? It should be fairly easy.
> I rebuilt wxPythonGTK, but it did not work. Thuban still asks for
> that missing symbol. I tried to rebuild the wxPythonGTK src rpm
> from the wxPython site and got the same error on that missing
> symbol, but now when rebuilding the rpm package...
Thanks a lot for trying!
As I wrote about, my information was that GTK would be binary
compatible in the 2.x.x series, but obviously this was wrong. :(
If you feel adventurous you could try to build gtk 2.2 or rebuild
the source RPMs of the gtk from Mandrake's 10.0 source GTK or from a tarball.
On the other hand, the patch to wx2.4 should not be difficult.
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