Cannot build anymore on Mac OSX
Henrik Brautaset Aronsen
subsurface at henrik.synth.no
Sun Jan 20 22:28:22 PST 2013
as I mentioned earlier, you need the quartz variant to use Subsurface on a
Mac. I suspect there is a problem in the dependency/variant resolution for
py27-gtk. Try doing a ...
port install py27-gtk +quartz
... when the build fails, and restart the regular build after that. That
worked for me. I'll report the bug in MacPorts.
Den 20. jan. 2013 22:20 skrev "Robert C. Helling" <helling at atdotde.de>
> 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/
> > $ 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:
> 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?
> Sorry for being such a noob
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