Rahul Rekapalli <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> I downloaded gimp from cvs and tried to compile it. I got the following
> In file included from ../app/core/core-types.h:29,
> from gimpobject.c:30:
> ../app/core/core-enums.h:221: conflicting types for `GIMP_SHADOWS'
> ../app/base/base-enums.h:133: previous declaration of `GIMP_SHADOWS'
> ../app/core/core-enums.h:222: conflicting types for `GIMP_MIDTONES'
> ../app/base/base-enums.h:134: previous declaration of `GIMP_MIDTONES'
> ../app/core/core-enums.h:224: conflicting types for `GIMP_HIGHLIGHTS'
> ../app/base/base-enums.h:136: previous declaration of `GIMP_HIGHLIGHTS'
> ../app/core/core-enums.h:224: redefinition of `GimpTransferMode'
> ../app/base/base-enums.h:136: `GimpTransferMode' previously declared
> In file included from gimpobject.c:30:
> ../app/core/core-types.h:167: redefinition of `GimpCoreConfig'
> ../app/config/config-types.h:26: `GimpCoreConfig' previously declared
looks like the usual problem with anoncvs (what a mess!). The thing is
that anoncvs.gnome.org is not a single server. Instead you will get a
different one each time you do the DNS lookup. The real problem is
that some of the anoncvs servers (or at least one of them) is
seriously broken. The CVS checkout on your disk is thus not in
sync. Some files are uptodate, others are a few weeks old. This will
A simple way to fix this problem is to hardcode a working anoncvs
server in /etc/hosts. This way you can be sure that you are always
talking to the same anoncvs server. 126.96.36.199 seems to be a good
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