quartz/x11 conflict

Michaël Parchet mparchet at sunrise.ch
Fri Aug 17 14:35:36 PDT 2012


Usually, xquartz should be install only after deactivate x11 on mac os prior to monition lion because x11 is generally installed by default in thees mac os versions

Best regards


Le 16 août 2012 à 03:05, Ludwig <im.not.using.any.numbers at gmail.com> a écrit :

> I uninstalled everything gtk2 related all the way down to cairo in an
> effort to get gtk2 +quartz installed.  Yet when installing gtk2
> +quartz
> 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
> gtk2.
> 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?
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