>> GIMP compile fails. This is what I tried (on kubuntu 10.04):
>> git clone git://git.gnome.org/gimp
>> ./autogen.sh --disable-gtk-doc
>> There's lot of warnings that say something like this
>> gtk-doc.make:58: GTK_DOC_BUILD_PDF does not appear in AM_CONDITIONAL
>> devel-docs/libgimpmodule/Makefile.am:53: `gtk-doc.make' included from here
> Do you get this message when you run autogen.sh?
> 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.
> If you don't, debug why. If you do, then gtk-doc.make will just contain
> echo "EXTRA_DIST = missing-gtk-doc" > gtk-doc.make
> but this does not seem to be the case for you.
gtk-doc.make definitely looks like some noraml makefile
> Maybe you did a typo in "--disable-gtk-doc" ?
Yeah... you are right Deleting the gtk-doc.make helped. There was a
typo earlier that generated the .make I guess.
Now it goes through fine. Thanks for the help.
But that gets me to another question, how do I compile with the gtk-doc enabled?
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