Jeremy Huddleston Sequoia
jeremyhu at macports.org
Fri Aug 17 10:37:15 PDT 2012
On Aug 15, 2012, at 18:05, Ludwig <im.not.using.any.numbers at gmail.com> wrote:
> I uninstalled everything gtk2 related all the way down to cairo in an
> effort to get gtk2 +quartz installed. Yet when installing gtk2
> directly, in installs pango and cairo +quartz+x11, which causes gtk2 +quartz
> (which conflicts with +x11) to fail, as it requires pango to be built
> -x11. Okay,
> fine, manually install pango +quartz +no_x11. Oops, that requires
> cairo to be
> built -x11. Build that by itself. Then build pango by itself. Then
> That seems to work.
> But seeing as how +x11 and +quartz are incompatible at such a low
> level, shouldn't
> they be mutually exclusive in all dependent ports?
No. It would be better if those ports could be updated such that they weren't conflicting. IIRC, the dylibs (and pkg-config files) are actually named differently. They can theoretically co-exist.
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