From: Arjan J. Molenaar <A.J.Molenaar@xi...> - 2001-10-09 13:20:52
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Phlip [mailto:pplumlee@...]
> Sent: Monday, September 24, 2001 5:53 PM
> To: Arjan J. Molenaar; 'diacanvas-devel@...'
> Subject: Re: [DiaCanvas] No more cassowary.
> > I will check it it this weekend.
> I'm a luddite! I don't want GTK 2! If humans were meant to
> fly they'd have
> been born with a propeller!
> Can you write portable code between GTK 1 and 2? Or is GTK 2
> easy to slip in
> and it won't ruin my boo'ful desktop? I have to use this
> 'puter for e-mails
> and such, you know!
To use GTK-2 you need to download some stuff from the GNOME CVS repository. I recomment you start with checking out the 'vicious-build-scripts' module. This one contains some explanation and easy to use scripts for checking out and building the libraries. (don't worry, everything is installed on a separate place and everything you have will continue working).
Use the scripts as described in the documentation with vicous-build-scripts and everything will work pretty well. Of course you can run into some bugs. To build DiaCanvas2 you need at least those modules:
I use the FreeType renderer of Pango, so you need some .ttf files on your system and have the etc/pango/pangorc file contain something like this:
FontPath = /usr/share/fonts/truetype