On 5/11/07, RW <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
On Fri, 11 May 2007 07:48:16 -0600
"Andrew Falanga" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> On 5/11/07, Pietro Cerutti <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > Andrew Falanga wrote:
> > > Hi,
> > Hello,
> > > So, how do I modify the build environment properly to allow for
> > > the building of the GUI?  There are several variables referenced
> > > in the Makefile in /usr/ports/editors/vim, but I'm not sure what
> > > to make of them.
> >
> > cd /usr/ports/editors/vim
> > make WITH_GTK2=yes
> > make install
> >
> Thanks, I'll give that a try tonight.

I don't think this should be needed. Setting WITH_GTK2=yes makes it
use gtk 2.x instead of gtk 1.x. I have it working and up-to-date with
the latter.

Check that you don't have NO_GUI or WITHOUT_X11 defined somewhere.

I saw both of those in the make file.  Would I want to do the same
thing as was suggested above, but with those variables; e.g. make

It's for this reason that I asked about this here.  Where would they
be defined?  All I did, if I recall, was install the vim port from
using sysinstall when I originally installed FreeBSD.  After that, I
installed cvsup-without-gui, updated my ports tree and then used
portupgrade to upgrade the vim port (after installing portupgrade of
course).  I didn't actually define NO_GUI or WITHOUT_X11 anywhere when
I originally did the install, and when I had originally installed the
vim port it did work with the GUI.

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