Cannot build anymore on Mac OSX
dirk at hohndel.org
Sun Jan 20 13:50:30 PST 2013
On Jan 20, 2013, at 1:20 PM, Robert C. Helling wrote:
> On Jan 19, 2013, at 6:24 PM, Henrik Brautaset Aronsen wrote:
>> Henrik Brautaset Aronsen wrote:
>>> Dirk Hohndel wrote:
>>>> So Henrik - can you find out if there is an easy way to get gtk-mac-integration 2.0 or 2.0.1 in MacPorts? If not, I'll revert the commit and will figure out a way to do this that supports both flavors.
>>> Sure, I'll give it a try.
>> I have included a patch that will update gtk-osx-application in MacPorts to 2.0.1:
>> $ cd /opt/local/var/macports/sources/rsync.macports.org/release/tarballs/ports/devel
>> $ sudo patch -p0 < gtk-osx-application-2.0.1.patch
>> $ sudo port install gtk-osx-application
> Thanks, for your help. But I am still stuck:
> I spent several hours trying to recover from the damage I had done to my macports by trying out various combinations of options and thereby completely screwing it up. In the end, I did
> sudo rm -rf /opt/local
> and did a clean install which at least brought me to the state where I was when all this started. Then I applied your patch (the second one) but still it gives me
> sudo port install gtk-osx-application
> ---> Computing dependencies for gtk-osx-application
> ---> Dependencies to be installed: py27-pygtk
> ---> Configuring py27-pygtk
> Error: org.macports.configure for port py27-pygtk returned: gtk2 must be installed with +x11.
> Error: Failed to install py27-pygtk
> Please see the log file for port py27-pygtk for details:
So what is the error logged in that file?
> Error: The following dependencies were not installed: py27-pygtk
> To report a bug, follow the instructions in the guide:
> Error: Processing of port gtk-osx-application failed
> And now I remember, I was there before: I tried to reinstall gtk2 with +x11 and that failed miserably. Do you have any other advice? I am not very familiar with git, is there a way to skip Dirk's commit that changed macos.c (and everything later that depends on it) or do I just have to go back in time before that?
That's easy enough to do
git checkout -b robert
git revert 91d6d12416086e08f97dece728ec9a6d08554230
and then work in that branch. If you want to track more work from master you simply pull into master then merge that in robert
(I'm sure Linus has an even more clever way to do this - there's always a better way to do things in git)
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