Without that in the link flags, it generates all sorts of undefined references to functions greped for and found in the libgtk source tree. Should be a simple fix. This was with gtkpod-2.0.0.f67db4d
Looks like the playlist display plugin has the same issue, I'll hold off on this comment until I have the entire thing built...Note, I'm not an autotools user at all, so I dont know how to track the stuff down, variables seem circular to me, can't seem to find the base definitions, thus, no patch is included (I'm actually more of a windows or qt/qmake dev myself :) (I know, and I'm trying to install GTKpod...) )
plugins/repository_editor - same issue
plugins/sorttab_display - same issue
plugins/track_display same issue
I'm going to go ahead and assume that *all* the plugins have the same error and just fix all the makefiles...I'm guessing there is a one line fix for this though :)
Hopefully, I have addressed this. Can you take the latest revision and see what happens please.
I'm working on this...sounds trivial, but I think I hosed my cygwin installation. I tried the latest pull, cmake (which may be what I used originally) went nuts, as well as autotools. However, the previous build of gtkpod on my system had some major issues as well. I think this may all have stemmed from trying to hacktogather just enough gnome to run gtkpod, before I found cygwin ports. Unfortunatly, the cygwinports server has got to be the slowest thing on the planet! (Downloads ~50-~90% of the file, then stops for 10 minutes, then finishes...)
Anyhow, long story short, once I get a working cygwin install again, I'll give it another go! (and I won't be deleting the cygwinports local package copies either this time!)
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