gtk2.10.9 now needs cups headers on 10.3?

Dave Hill dave at
Thu Feb 22 06:07:00 PST 2007

In article <fc.004c4c580bf40b00004c4c580bf40b00.bf40e24 at>,
 "Mark Duling" <mark.duling at> wrote:

> So I went to install the latest gtk2 on 10.3, and I got the ui_msg thatI
> had to remove cups-headers.  So I did and preceeded but it failed to build
> complaining about cups or print something or other.  So I reinstalled
> cups-headers and edited out the "exit 0" line if the conditional test for
> cups-headers.  Then it installed fine.  So it appears that gtk2 on 10.3
> fails without cups-headers, whereas before (I am told) it failed with it. 
> Does that make any sense?
> Mark

I posted about this a few weeks ago. Another way round it is to 
temporarily rename /usr/bin/cups-config while the port is building - 
your gtk2 won't support printing but it will work.


Dave Hill - dave at hillcroft dot org dot uk

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