Thanks if anyone can point me in the proper direction, bearing in mind
that I am not a wizard at make or any of these tools. I did look at
the info '(automake1.8)...' which was suggested, and it was entirely
over my head.
aclocal:configure.in:416: warning: macro `AM_PATH_GTK_2_0' not found in library
WARNING: You have disabled gtk-doc.
As a result, you will not be able to generate the API
documentation and 'make dist' will not work.
configure.in:426: error: possibly undefined macro: AM_PATH_GTK_2_0
There is some helpful information at http://developer.gimp.org/ about building
GIMP from CVS. Click on HACKING. It lists the dependencies (other packages)
that need to be installed on your machine in order to build GIMP. The message
above indicates you are missing the development files from the gtk+ library.
You need the development portion of a number of libraries. Depending on how
your system packages software you typically need to install the -devel (ie.
glib-devel) packages in order to compile GIMP.
There are additional optional libraries you may want to install which support
various graphic image file formats but they are not needed to do a basic
compile and installation of GIMP.
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