... memory errors.
I wanted to post this on this ticket: https://sourceforge.net/tracker/?func=detail&aid=3528191&group_id=156956&atid=801864
But I got every time an error about a missing group id. Here is the post:
I have now experimented a little about this. I could figure out that I needed to install libtool, intltool, libgtk2.0-dev, libmenu-cache1-dev, libfm-dev and the dependencies of these packages like automake and libglib2.0-dev.
After this the auto generating and configuring worked and I could successfull compile and install pcmanfm. I was able to reproduce one bug that should be fixed but I don't know if this is because of the libfm version of my distribution (0.1.17 from Ubuntu).
I have removed libfm-dev and tried to compile the newest trunk of libfm. I needed to install some extra packages (gtk-doc-tools and valac). After this I could successfull compile and install libfm too. But on a new autogen and configure of pcmanfm I'm getting a new error: "checking whether the C compiler works... no". This is curriously because I could compile pcmanfm a few minutes before and "gcc -v" is still working.
The trunk of pcmanfm with the libfm version of my distribution has some odd behavior. I can't open menus like "Preferences" and opening the context menu with a right click on a file or an empty place crashes pcmanfm with a segmentation fault. Valgrind is showing me some memory errors and more detailed information about the segmentation fault. If this is not a bug because of a wrong compilation I can open a new ticket (or post it in this one) if this is wanted.