[MacPorts] #66476: gtk3 @3.24.34_2 build fail on Mojave gdkapplaunchcontext-x11.c:30:10: fatal error: 'gio/gdesktopappinfo.h' file not found when glib2 is installed for +quartz
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#66476: gtk3 @3.24.34_2 build fail on Mojave gdkapplaunchcontext-x11.c:30:10:
fatal error: 'gio/gdesktopappinfo.h' file not found when glib2 is installed
Reporter: chillin- | Owner: mascguy
Type: defect | Status: assigned
Priority: Normal | Milestone:
Component: ports | Version: 2.8.0
Resolution: | Keywords: Mojave
Port: gtk3 |
Comment (by chillin-):
Replying to [comment:7 kencu]:
> OK -- when you do get around to xorg-server, and you install dbus, don't
forget to enable dbus:
Going over this again... On the Mountain Lion system I tried to build
xorg-server as soon as xorg finished building, but it complained,
Error: xorg-server is known to fail (use --allow-failing to try to install
but I did it anyway with -y and got a message that led me to believe
everything was fine, that xorg and xorg-server were mutually exclusive:
$ port -vsNy install --allow-failing xorg-server
---> Computing dependencies for xorg-server.
Error: Can't install xorg-server because conflicting ports are active:
Error: Follow https://guide.macports.org/#project.tickets if you believe
there is a bug.
Error: Processing of port xorg-server failed
And I forgot all about this when I tried again on Mojave. IOW I never got
around to xorg-server, and I never installed dbus, but dbus @1.14.4_0 just
happened to be installed on Mountain Lion, and both dbus @1.14.4_0 and
dbus-glib @0.112_0 happened to be installed on Mojave.
So now I want to ask, 1) when you suggested I install "xorg-desktop," just
what did you mean, exactly?
and 2) I didn't install xorg-server due what may be my mistaken beliefs
due to the message about xorg-server-legacy that I got on Mountain Lion
(but checking now I don't get that complaint on Mojave)...
''you want I should install xorg-server?!''
Ticket URL: <https://trac.macports.org/ticket/66476#comment:27>
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