Petr Mikulik wrote:
> I cannot compile wxt terminal on OpenSUSE 11.1:
> $ ./configure
> checking for PANGO_1_10_2... no
> However, I have pango installed:
> $ rpm -qa | grep -i pango
> It seems ./configure wants exactly pango 1.10.2 and thus it does
> not like pango 1.22; the config.log contains:
Pango 1.10.2 is a buggy release which caused a bug report some time ago.
That's why ./configure checks for the version of pango and fails if it
is that particular one. So:
checking for PANGO_1_10_2... no
is really what you need at that point. Maybe I could change PANGO_1_10_2
to BUGGY_PANGO_1_10_2. Does it sound ok ?
If you cannot compile wxt, it's probably because of something else.
P.S. : the code in configure.in is the following :
dnl Check for buggy Pango 1.10.2
PKG_CHECK_MODULES(PANGO_1_10_2, [pango = 1.10.2],
[Pango 1.10.2 has been found. This version has a bug which gives unexpected
results in the wxWidgets terminal. If you want to use this terminal, please
install a different version of Pango.])
From: Petr Mikulik <mikulik@ph...> - 2009-01-20 08:00:38
> > I cannot compile wxt terminal on OpenSUSE 11.1:
> > $ ./configure
> > ...
> > checking for PANGO_1_10_2... no
> Pango 1.10.2 is a buggy release which caused a bug report some time ago.
Thanks for explanation.
Now it compiles and works fine.