On Wed, 2007-06-06 at 02:01 -0600, Jeshua Lacock wrote:
> Greetings,
> 
> I managed to get evolution 2.10.0 mostly working on Mac OS X.

Great!

> 
> Note that here on Mac OS X I had to build "libevolution-mail.so" and  
> "libevolution-calendar.so" as a dynamic library (.dylib) file instead  
> of shared object (.so) to get things linked. The .so objects are also  
> needed, but I had to create .dylibs for LD to be happy. Generally Mac  
> OS X does not like linking to a .so...
> 
> But, I now have missing icons, and no errors are being reported  
> regarding the missing icons. In previous build attempts, I was also  
> missing icons and a was getting an error about hicolor not being  
> located (I no longer have the exact message, and I determined that  
> there was a problem with my libpixbufloader).  I then rebuilt my  
> entire GNOME/GTK and now I do not get any errors, but to my surprise  
> the icons are still missing.
> 

Im sure that you have built, gnome-icon-theme which provides the core
icons to Evolution. You can look into e-util/e-icon-factory.c. Adding a
few debug statements in those files can help you see what is happening
with icons. If you have build gnome-theme-manager, can you try changing
your stock icons? Or change your icon theme in gtk rc file?     

-Srini.

> Note that Gnumeric (1.6.3) built on the same GNOME/GTK build does not  
> have any missing icons, and appears normal.
> 
> 
> Can anyone offer a suggestion/hint? I certainly would appreciate it.
> 
> Here is a screenshot of Evolution:
> 
>       <http://OpenOSX.com/evolution.png>


> 
> 
> 
> Thanks,
> 
> Jeshua Lacock, Owner
> <http://OpenOSX.com>
> phone: 877.240.1364
> 
> 
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