Thanks for your help. I had a feeling that was what I would have to do but I was
having trouble finding information about it.
The best I had discovered was that if you install GTK+-1.28 and then GTK+-2.0.0 that
the Gimp would be able to find gtk-config installed from the earlier version.
> From: Niklas <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> Date: Wed 03/Apr/2002 19:16 GMT
> To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> CC: gimp-user <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> Subject: Re: [Gimp-user] Compiling gimp 1.2.3 with gtk+-2.0.x
> I belive that you can't do the compile with gtk+2.0 because GIMP 1.2.3
> is not ported for 2.0 of GTK+ the versions 1.3.x is the ported ones to
> So you will either need GTK+1.2 for GIMP 1.2.3 or you get the GIMP 1.3.x
> version but be warned that the 1.3.x is unstable and is in a big
> development.So don't expect to much of it.
> On Wed, 2002-04-03 at 13:39, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> > Is it possible to compile Gimp 1.2.3 with GTK+-2.0.x, or do I have to use one of
>the latest development versions of the Gimp 1.3.x? I have installed the latest
>versions of Pango, ATK, PKG-Config, GLib and GTK, but when I try to compile the Gimp
>the configure script fails because gtk-config is missing. I know that gtk-config is
>now replaced with pkgconfig which is installed on my system.
> > Regards
> > RJ
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