Yves de Champlain
yves at macports.org
Fri Sep 15 12:55:26 PDT 2006
Le 06-09-15 à 12:03, McGarry Vince a écrit :
> On Sep 14, 2006, at 8:51 AM, Yves de Champlain wrote:
>> Le 06-09-14 à 00:26, McGarry Vince a écrit :
>>> Since I've changed to gtk28, Inkscape no longer works. I
>>> uninstalled, cleaned, then reinstalled without difficulty, but
>>> still no go. I noticed on the Inkscape site that there is an
>>> upgrade from the version on MacPorts, 0.44, to 0.44-1. I don't
>>> know whether this will make a difference.
>>> I'm running a MacBook PPC and have been experimenting with Gnome
>>> under X-11.
>> I have inkscape-0.44 installed and running on PPC with gtk2
>> (2.8.19). I don't know about a gtk28 port though. the 0.44-1
>> version from inkscape is a packaging revision (maybe to incude
>> universl binaries), not a source upgrade. "MacBook PPC" is a
>> little ambiguous ... do you mean MacBook or PPC ?
> The problem seems to be a call to a different version of a library
> and I am naive about what to do. From my crash log:
> Command: inkscape
> Path: /opt/local/bin/inkscape
> Parent: launchd 
> Version: ??? (???)
> PID: 339
> Thread: Unknown
> Link (dyld) error:
> Library not loaded: /opt/local/lib/libgnutls.12.dylib
> Referenced from: /opt/local/lib/libloudmouth-1.0.dylib
> Reason: image not found
> It appears that gtk 2.8.20 uses a different set of gnutls which
> makes libgnutls.13.dylib available, not libgnutls.12.dylib. What is
> installed is loudmouth 1.0.1 and the current stable release is
> 1.0.5. I have no idea whether this makes any difference.
that is you probably upgraded gnutls recently, so a simple rebuild of
loudmouth should fix the problem.
I'll try to provide the upgrade to loumouth soon so that will make
things easier for everyone.
thanks for the report
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