KMyMoney4 +no_gtk +no_x11 fails because gtk is installed anyway and more...
peter at peterandlinda.com
Thu Oct 4 17:51:23 PDT 2012
On Oct 4, 2012, at 12:42 PM, Peter Hedlund <peter at peterandlinda.com> wrote:
> On Oct 4, 2012, at 12:14 PM, Jeremy Lavergne <jeremy at lavergne.gotdns.org> wrote:
>>> Yes, please.
>> So this trick will work until there's an update to libiodbc (or if you manage to sync/selfupdate after these changes but before you install it successfully), at which point hopefully the gtk x11/quartz issue goes to the wayside.
>> You can pull up your favorite editor for the file (you'll likely need it to have admin permissions). You can find the file using `port file libiodbc` or pull up your default command line editor with `sudo port edit libiodbc`.
>> Once in an editor, you simple need to remove a single line just after pre-configure, this line:
>> require_active_variants gtk2 x11
>> Once edited, you'll probably want to install this package from source:
>> sudo port -s install libiodbc
>> Keep in mind, if the gtk2+x11 cannot be found, then libiodbc will believe that gtk2 isn't even installed.
> Great, thank you. Things are moving along, but still quite a few dependencies to go before the final goal.
OK, after this KMyMoney4 installed fine. It seems very stable these days compared to when I tried a year or so ago.
I am still wondering why it wants to pull in gtk2, though.
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