From: John Ralls <jralls@ce...> - 2010-06-24 14:32:07
On Jun 24, 2010, at 5:01 AM, Luis Lopez wrote:
> El 22/06/10 16:04, John Ralls escribió:
>> On Jun 22, 2010, at 12:18 AM, Luis Lopez wrote:
>>> El 21/06/10 16:03, John Ralls escribió:
>>>> You seem to have omitted the patch.
>>> Ops, sorry.
>>>> Rather than emailing it though, please open a ticket on trac (https://sourceforge.net/apps/trac/gtk-osx/newticket) and attach the patch to it. You'll have to create a sourceforge id if you don't already have one (they're free), I'm afraid. Unfortunately someone decided to spam the tracker and I had to disable guests being able to create tickets.
>>> No problem, the ticked it's:
>> I thought that you said you had patches against gtk-quartz-engine, too. There aren't any in the patch on ticket 34. Also, are you going to provide another patch against configure.ac? If not, what are the problems you found?
> Sorry, I have patches for ige-mac-integration and gtk-quartz-engine, I
> mixed both in my head.
> I just updated ige ticket with a complete patch (configure.ac and
> .pc.in) but now it's incompatible with gtk+-2.0
> I also open a ticket (#35) for the gtk-quartz-engine patch.
> Another question: I had some issue specific to gtk+ on OSX, should I
> fill bugs on gtk-osx trac or on bugzilla.gnome.org ?
Thanks. I'd like to keep everything together with Gtk+ version detection. I suppose that if you knew of an m4 macro for that you would have used it. I'll see what I can find.
If the issue is with gtk+ (or any other Gnome package), then you should report bugs on bugzilla. AFAIK, none of the Gtk+ devs even look at Gtk-OSX's tracker.