bland at FreeBSD.org
Mon Mar 8 04:04:46 PST 2004
Antoine Jacoutot wrote:
>I'm running Gcompris2 under FreeBSD-5.2.1 with kde-3.2.
>I was wondering why Gcompris had some many dependencies. Basically, I need to
>install almost a complete gnome desktop to be able to use this software
>(nautilus included !).
>The main reason for this seems to be the dependency on py-gnome2.
>I have a question: does it really needs py-gnome2 or py-gtk2 would work too ?
Here is a quote from gcompris configure.in:
if test x$build_python_plugin = xno; then
AC_MSG_NOTICE([Python plugin is disabled.])
dnl Python interpreter is available so check for pygtk and gnome-python
PKG_CHECK_MODULES(PYGTK, pygtk-2.0 gnome-python-2.0)
REQUIRE_PYTHON="python gnome-python gnome-python-canvas pygtk2.0"
From gnome@ side it's possible to add WITHOUT_PYTHON knob but my past
expirience says --without-python option is not yet well implemented in
gcompris. Built binary complains about missied python parts and crashes
sometimes. I'll add it when figure out what's going wrong or next
gcompris release will fix it itself.
All the best,
>If it doesn't, then do you think I should contact py-gnome2 maintainer so one
>could built it without say nautilus support ?
>Or maybe at last, would it be possible to build Gcompris with knobs that would
>allow not to build a complete gnome environment ?
>Thanks for reading me.
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