Am 2018-01-25 01:22, schrieb Bruce Dubbs:
John Frankish wrote:
Ref: Beyond Linux(r) From Scratch - Version 2018-01-22
Chapter 9. General Libraries
enchant-2.2.1

dbus-glib is suggested as an optional dependency, but there is no sign of this in the configure script.

As Bruce said, dbus-glib is mentioned. Reference to it seems to be brought in if Zemberek provider is enabled (--with-zemberek) but default is NO at this switch. If you add --with-zemberek and have no dbus-glib installed, configure will stop with

...
checking for ZEMBEREK... no
configure: error: in `/home/lfs/enchant-2.2.3':
configure: error: --with-zemberek was given, but test(s) for zemberek failed
See `config.log' for more details

Even here is no reference to dbus-glib shown to user, but you find it in configure script as well as in the config.log file. So dbus-glib is required when enabling zemberek but this is turned off by default (and mentioned that it should not be used as it causes crashes)

It says " If you wish to use the Aspell-0.60.6.1 backend, create a symlink, as the root user:

ln -svfn ../../lib/aspell /usr/share/enchant/aspell"

..but enchant will work with aspell without this symlink.

Looks like, yes. We could remove the symlink


The test at the bottom of the page should read as follows:


enchant-2 -d en_GB -l /tmp/test-enchant.txt &&
enchant-2 -d en_GB -a /tmp/test-enchant.txt

i.e. enchant-2, not enchant

Either symlink to enchant (I'd prefer) or modify test instructions to use enchant-2. Would do symlink for potential compatibility.


Created a ticket: http://wiki.linuxfromscratch.org/blfs/ticket/10299

  -- Bruce

Btw, new version 2.2.3

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Thomas
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