Eric Le Lay elelay at
Sun Jul 26 13:26:20 PDT 2015

Le Sun, 26 Jul 2015 03:06:31 +0200,
Mihai Moldovan <ionic at> a écrit :

> On 25.07.2015 06:14 PM, Ludwig wrote:
> > I’ve come across a few ports that require gtk-mac-integration, but
> > that package is not in the repository. I vaguely remember reading
> > that it’s been replaced by gtk-osx-application-gtk2 or
> > ige-mac-integration, but now I can’t find that reference. I’ve
> > tried with each installed but they don’t seem to provide the
> > GTK_MAC flags that configure looks for in ports requiring
> > gtk-mac-integration.
> > 
> > How would one go about fixing this? Should the replacement(s) set
> > the GTK_MAC flags, or should the affected ports’ configure scripts
> > be looking for something else?
> The "GTK_MAC" integration it talks about *probably* (but I don't
> know) relates to gtk2 +quartz (i.e., the quartz variant.)
> I don't recommend selecting, though, and changing to Quartz is not a
> simple process. Basically, you will have to rebuild all ports you
> installed so far. (Obviously only gtk ports, but do you *really* know
> which port uses GTK and which one does not?)
> CC'ing someone who might be able to help better.
> Mihai

It needs the gtk-osx-application-gtk2 port.
The configure script looks for a pkgconfig package named
gtk-mac-integration, but there are now gtk-mac-integration-gtk2 and
gtk-mac-integration-gtk3 packages.
I've filed a patch at to correct


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