In the last episode (Jan 22), Joe Marcus Clarke said:
> On Wed, 2003-01-22 at 18:14, Dan Nelson wrote:
> > In the last episode (Jan 22), Joe Marcus Clarke said:
> > > I have mozilla-gtk2 (1.2.1) working with JPI 1.3.1 at home.  I
> > > didn't do anything special, I just built mozilla-gtk2, then build
> > > jdk13.
> > 
> > I had the same problem, and building without WITH_GTK2 fixed java
> > for me also.
> > 
> > Another issue: mozilla-devel with WITH_GTK2 requires pango-1.1.1,
> > but our port is only 1.0.5.  I had WITH_GTK2 in /etc/make.conf and
> > didn't use the mozilla-devel-gtk2 port.  Removing WITH_GTK2 makes
> > mozilla-devel build fine.
> If you want mozilla-devel with GTK2 support, you should build
> mozilla-devel-gtk2.  If you choose to enable Xft and GTK2, you will
> need to be running my GNOME 2.1 pre-release ports.

Right, but from my perspective, I tried to upgrade mozilla-devel from
1.2 to 1.3, and it failed.  I care more about Xft2 than Gnome, and for
a reason I have since forgotten, had WITH_GTK2=YES in /etc/make.conf. 
I had no reason to use the mozilla-devel-gtk2 port, and since it looks
like it disables Xft, I didn't want to.

Maybe the mozilla-devel Makefile should print a warning if it sees that
the user has WITH_GTK2 set (at least until pango gets updated):

.if defined(WITH_GTK2) && !defined(WITHOUT_XFT)
BROKEN= mozilla-devel will not build with both GTK2 and Xft2 enabled. \
        Either build without WITH_GTK2 or use the mozilla-devel-gtk2 \

        Dan Nelson

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