[MonoDevelop] glib update screwed gtk-sharp
m.j.hutchinson at gmail.com
Sun May 4 18:01:54 EDT 2008
On Sun, May 4, 2008 at 5:55 PM, stephen pearce <pearce.sg at gmail.com> wrote:
> I have updated to mono 1.9 on a debian system and am now trying to
> install the most recent monodevelop ...for this I have installed a
> more recent glib package .. in order to compile gtk-sharp .... but
> this has caused atk .. which is listed is also needing update to fail
> due to incompatibility with the updated glib (pkg-config mismatch with
> GLIB environment variable)
> .. this is what I find frustrating about open source ..
> anyone been down this route and has a map?
This very much appears to be a packaging/installation issue. I
strongly recommend using packages whenever possible. Doesn't Debian
have MonoDevelop 1.0 packaged?
If you really want to build and install things directly from source, I
suggest you read:
FYI, MonoDevelop only needs GTK# 2.8 or later, so it's very likely
that you have all the libraries needed for MD already installed.
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