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Just trying to get your gxsm3 hack running. Using anjuta and git looks quite comfortable.
Anyhow, I was not able to compile gxsm3. The problem is not related to the gxsm3 code but the used gtk/gdkmm-libs. So having a standard Ubuntu 12.04 I stick to gtkmm-2.4. I guess you are using gtkmm-3, aren't? At least I have in mind that you posted something like that in the forum. So is there an easy way to get the libaries - I mean without compiling everything on my own. I just found the sources for the libs.
P.S.: If I have to compile the gtkmm on my own - which version? The stable 3.0 or the unstable 3.1?
Here is some update for all who want to try:
After downloading and installing
glibmm-2.32.1 - http://ftp.gnome.org/pub/GNOME/sources/glibmm/2.32/glibmm-2.32.1.tar.xz
gtkmm-3.4.2 - http://ftp.gnome.org/pub/GNOME/sources/gtkmm/3.4/gtkmm-3.4.2.tar.xz
from the gnome-server I have at least some working devel enviroment. WARNING: The links on gtkmm.org are deprecated (at least on for my Ubuntu 12.04 LTS).
Still I can not compile the new source which I have checked out via
git clone git://git.code.sf.net/p/gxsm/gxsm3 gxsm-gxsm3
The make process stopps with the following comment:
make: Entering directory `/home/stm/gxsm-gxsm3/libgarm'
gnome-res.c:30:19: fatal error: gnome.h: No such file or directory