Native Quartz version of gnucash

Jeremy Huddleston jeremyhu at
Wed May 20 11:55:20 PDT 2009

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I'm guessing gnucash uses gtk, and you have an X11 gtk.

Michael Crawford wrote:
> On Tue, May 19, 2009 at 8:46 PM, cory steers <madsteer at> wrote:
>>   I noticed that I
>> could get a native Quartz version of gnucash as outlined here:
>> so I decided to give macports a try.
> I gave that procedure a try myself, and I got a working GnuCash - but
> not a Quartz GnuCash.  It runs under X11.  Just to make sure, I quit
> my X server, and doing so killed GnuCash.
> I suspect that some partially-built code from a previous build took
> precedence over my new configuration.  I did do both "port uninstall
> gnucash" and "port clean gnucash" before I tried the install.  The
> build happened quite quickly, just a few minutes, whereas I remember
> previous attempts took several hours.
> Short of blowing away my whole /opt directory, is there a way I can
> guarantee a clean build?  That is, I want to clean all the
> dependencies too, and GnuCash has a lot of them.
> Here is my /opt/local/etc/macports/variants.conf:
> +no_static
> +no_x11
> -x11
> +quartz
> I'd be quite stoked if I could get a Quartz build of GnuCash working.
> I've been just using these giant OpenOffice spreadsheets for all my
> bookkeeping.  They do the job, but leave much to be desired.
> Mike

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