[gnome-bluetooth] compiling latest CVS

Peter Robinson pbrobinson at gmail.com
Wed Jun 22 11:02:45 BST 2005

Hi Bastien,
> Damn, gnome-bluetooth, not gnome-phone-manager ;)


> > From what I can see in the cvs for gnome-common 2.8.0 is the latest
> > version (from Sept 04) but I haven't tried the CVS version.
> Install gnome-common from CVS, gnome-common 2.8.0 is *really* out of
> date. And make sure you have gob2 installed (it's on the FC4 install
> CDs).

Looking better. Went through an installed/updated a number of packages
(that upgrades for you not adding new packages!)

Also fyi the configure.in script on line 44 checks for libbtctl  >=
0.4 and then on the next line checks for libbtctl >=0.5.0. In my
autoconf lack of knowledge is there a reason why we're checking for
the existance of the libraries twice? As far as I can see the second
one is for python support but considering it bombs out on the previous
line if the other 5 libaries aren't corrent wouldn't you just check
for the pygtk2?

> PS: I have an FC4 install, and with the right devel packages installed,
> gnome-bluetooth CVS compiles fine.

I figured it was something I was doing.

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