On Tue, Mar 13, 2018 at 9:32 PM, Charles E Campbell
> I used the following configuration command:
> ./configure --with-features=huge --enable-gui=gtk2 --enable-perlinterp
> --enable-pythoninterp --enable-rubyinterp --enable-cscope
> The vim I ended up with did not have gui enabled, although I only see two
> lines associated with gtk/gui/gvim in configure's output:
> checking --enable-gui argument... GTK+ 2.x GUI support
> checking --disable-gtktest argument... gtk test enabled
> I did the configure on a new Scientific Linux release 7.4 (Nitrogen)
> Any hints on how to get gui enabled?
> Thank you,
> Chip Campbell
My guess is that some "development" package, needed to build the GUI,
is not installed on your system. It might be a GTK-related development
package or an X11-related development package, since Vim with GTK GUI
cannot be built without X11 but Vim without GUI can.
If you logged the stdout output from configure, search it
case-independently for the strings "gtk" or "x11", or even for the
word "headers". If you didn't log that, or if you lost that log, there
is a file auto/config.log in the same directory as auto/configure,
auto/config.status et al. It is more verbose than the stdout log, and
therefore a little more difficult to use, but it contains everything
that configure displayed on stdout (plus, among others, the sources of
all the test programs whose compilation or link ended in an error).
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