jonesc at hep.phy.cam.ac.uk
Tue Nov 13 06:31:12 UTC 2018
> On 13 Nov 2018, at 3:49 am, Uli Wienands <wienands at gmail.com> wrote:
> Given Ryan's comment I updated my Macports installation (was 2.4.2, now: 2.5.4),
Thats a huge jump... if you also had not updated your ports for that period as well, no surprise you are having problems now. Its really not a good idea to not update for that length of time...
> cleaned gimp2 and tried again... same error. I do this on a 10.6.8 machine, incidentally.
> So is there anything else I should/could do?
Gimp2 is not the problem, tk is.
You need to first upgrade this specific port.
> sudo port upgrade tk
And if that fails, report back.
> Log file attached.
>> On 11/12/18 12:52 PM, Ryan Schmidt wrote:
>>> On Nov 12, 2018, at 12:47, Uli Wienands wrote:
>>> Hi, after Riccardo Mottola mentioned that he contributed a patch to gimp to make Gimp 2.10 run under 10.6 I tried to install it.
>>> The install went a fair amount but then died at xorg-xorgproto, whatever that is, with the error:
>>> Error: Failed to activate xorg-xorgproto: Image error: /opt/local/include/X11/X.h is being used by the active tk port. Please deactivate this port first, or use 'port -f activate xorg-xorgproto' to force the activation.
>>> I am attaching the logfile.
>> I thought we fixed the tk port to no longer install that. Is your tk port up to date? Try selfupdating and upgrading tk.
>>> Incidentally: Why is /opt/local/var/macports hiden from the finder? I had to use goto Folder to get there.
>> I guess we hid it for the same reason Apple hides Library folders for you.
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