Install the fink package pkgconfig and you will be set.
Chris Zubrzycki [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
hey just updated unstable and gnome-vfs-1.0.4 will not compile. it says
it needs pkg-config, which I can't find on my system (10.1.2).
checking dynamic linker characteristics... darwin5.2
I recently successfully ported the aalib Ascii Art library to Darwin. This
is still listed as an unstable package on the fink site
(http://fink.sourceforge.net/pdb/package.php/aalib) so I was wondering how I
would go about contributing what I have done?
At 15:49 Uhr -0500 04.02.2002, David R. Morrison wrote:
One of my packages (xdvi) is no longer functional in its stable version,
because the source has gone away from the upstream site.
I made a package for the new version, in unstable, a while ago. But I
haven't gotten any feedback from users
Are you building on UFS? I had a weird problem with random file deletion
when I did that.
On Monday, February 4, 2002, at 08:19 PM, Brian W. Barrett wrote:
Hi all -
I'm having some problems with the XFree configuration on my system. I
installed a clean fink install (brand new system) using
On Tuesday, February 5, 2002, at 08:37 AM, Alexander Strange wrote:
Do you know C?
Define some stuff as static.
Yes, I know some C, but not building dynamic libraries.
I cannot find the source of the _DLAddHead symbol.
The symbol is defined in the postgresql shared libraries: eg
Alexander == Alexander Strange [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:
Alexander Are you building on UFS? I had a weird problem with random file
Alexander deletion when I did that.
Heh. The X distro must be haunted. It's very consistent.
Beware... building VNC does the same thing! When I started
Just wanted to follow up. I'm not sure what happened, but it appears the
problem is with my setup. There are a bunch of errors during the build
process along the lines of:
pbxbuild -target XDarwin -buildstyle Deployment
dyld: pbxbuild can't open library:
Try this, at the terminal:
% sudo fsck -y
then a bunch of errors will get fixed and repair your installation. If
it doesn't say FILESYSTEM MODIFIED, or if it still doesn't work, then
something else is wrong other than a corrupt filesystem.
On Monday, February 4, 2002, at
Bonobo warns of multiple symbols for zlib stuff, and links with apple's
version. Could we fix it so it always uses one version and doesn't look
for/find the other. Our version is preferred over apple's version.
Brian == Brian W Barrett [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:
Brian Just wanted to follow up. I'm not sure what happened, but it appears the
Brian problem is with my setup. There are a bunch of errors during the build
Brian process along the lines of:
It probably means you tried to build X on UFS,
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