On Fri, 2005-11-11 at 14:35 +0000, Keith Hanna wrote:
> Hi Duncan,
> Thanks for the advice. Here are the results of your suggestions (NB: copied
> over manually from one machine to the other, so there may be the odd typo):
> >ghc-pkg.exe list gtk
> > ghc-pkg.exe update "C:\Program Files\Gtk2Hs\glib.package.conf"
> Reading package info from "C:\\Program Files\\Gtk2hs\\glib.package.conf" ...
> ghc-pkg.exe: C:/GTK/include/glib-2.0 doesn't exist or isn't a directory
> (use --force to override)
So C:/GTK/include/glib-2.0 not existing is not good. It would indicate
to me that you've got the runtime version of Gtk+ installed rather than
the "devel" version, or that in the "devel" version the option to
install the headers and libs was not selected.
However that would still be odd since the installer checks at least for
the presence of %GTK_BASEPATH%\include\gtk-2.0\gtk\gtk.h
Would you mind checking whether these directories exist:
If one exists and not the other then you've got a dodgy Gtk+
installation and I'd reccomend resintalling Gtk+ and re-running the
(I think it should probably make the installer even more paranoid and do
more comprehensive checks.)
BTW Keith, if you're an irc user we could debug this more interactively.
I'm dcoutts in the #haskell channel on freenode.net.
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