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Debian build

Bo Lorentsen
Hi ...

I have been cleaning up and build a set of debian packages for the XFC
library, to prepare for future extensions to the library.

I have only tested these on a debian testing installation, and they are
not signed, but all the debian stuff is in my local subversion branch.

To easily install on debian (and I hope ubuntu too) add the following
line to your /etc/apt/sources.list :

deb http://lue.dk/debian/ ./

and do the apt-get dance :-)

Hope this will make it more easy to check out the XFC lib and see the
demo Jeff made.

/BL
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Re: Debian build

Sylvain Vedrenne
Bo Lorentsen wrote:

> Hi ...
>
> I have been cleaning up and build a set of debian packages for the XFC
> library, to prepare for future extensions to the library.
>
> I have only tested these on a debian testing installation, and they are
> not signed, but all the debian stuff is in my local subversion branch.
>
> To easily install on debian (and I hope ubuntu too) add the following
> line to your /etc/apt/sources.list :
>
> deb http://lue.dk/debian/ ./
>
> and do the apt-get dance :-)
>
> Hope this will make it more easy to check out the XFC lib and see the
> demo Jeff made.
>
> /BL

Hi Bo,

That's great you're working on Xfc(++) and are preparing .deb packages!
So,
   - I updated my Debian (# apt-get dist-upgrade), then:
   - I removed my /usr/local installation of Xfc, then:
   - I attempted to install Xfc using the .deb repository you indicated.
But it failed :o(

Note that my Debian is pointing to the etch repository (same as
'testing' at the moment).

Here is how it failed:

tanuki:/home/sylvain# echo `apt-cache search libxfc | sed "s/ - .*//"`
libxfce4mcs-client3 libxfce4mcs-dev libxfce4mcs-manager3
libxfce4util-dev libxfce4util4 libxfcegui4-4 libxfcegui4-dev libxfc-doc
libxfccore libxfccore-dev libxfcglade libxfcglade-dev libxfcsourceview
libxfcsourceview-dev libxfcui libxfcui-dev
tanuki:/home/sylvain#
tanuki:/home/sylvain#
tanuki:/home/sylvain# apt-get install `apt-cache search libxfc | sed "s/
- .*//"`
Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree... Done
libxfce4mcs-client3 is already the newest version.
libxfce4mcs-dev is already the newest version.
libxfce4mcs-manager3 is already the newest version.
libxfce4util-dev is already the newest version.
libxfce4util4 is already the newest version.
libxfcegui4-4 is already the newest version.
libxfcegui4-dev is already the newest version.
Some packages could not be installed. This may mean that you have
requested an impossible situation or if you are using the unstable
distribution that some required packages have not yet been created
or been moved out of Incoming.
The following information may help to resolve the situation:

The following packages have unmet dependencies:
   libxfcglade: Depends: libatk1.0-0 (>= 1.13.2) but 1.12.4-3 is to be
installed
                Depends: libgtk2.0-0 (>= 2.10.3) but 2.8.20-7 is to be
installed
   libxfcsourceview: Depends: libatk1.0-0 (>= 1.13.2) but 1.12.4-3 is to
be installed
                     Depends: libgtk2.0-0 (>= 2.10.3) but 2.8.20-7 is to
be installed
   libxfcui: Depends: libatk1.0-0 (>= 1.13.2) but 1.12.4-3 is to be
installed
             Depends: libgtk2.0-0 (>= 2.10.3) but 2.8.20-7 is to be
installed
E: Broken packages
tanuki:/home/sylvain#

Please help...

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Re: Debian build

Bo Lorentsen
Sylvain Vedrenne wrote:
> That's great you're working on Xfc(++) and are preparing .deb packages!
> So,
>    - I updated my Debian (# apt-get dist-upgrade), then:
>    - I removed my /usr/local installation of Xfc, then:
>    - I attempted to install Xfc using the .deb repository you indicated.
> But it failed :o(
I am sorry to here this ...

I guess my  problem is that I have installed GTK+ 2.10, and i have done
so by updating testing (etch) with Norbert Tretkowski's packages
(http://www.inittab.de).

I will try to fix this in the current packages, but when printing is
ready in XFC I will need GTK+ 2.10 :-)

> Note that my Debian is pointing to the etch repository (same as
> 'testing' at the moment).
Yes, the problem is ... your debian installation is "pure" mine is not
... i will try to fix this later today ...

Thanks for the report, next time I will make sure to test it on a more
pure Debian installation.

Ps: I will make a note here when I am done !

/BL
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Re: Debian build

Bo Lorentsen
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Sylvain Vedrenne wrote:

> That's great you're working on Xfc(++) and are preparing .deb packages!
> So,
>    - I updated my Debian (# apt-get dist-upgrade), then:
>    - I removed my /usr/local installation of Xfc, then:
>    - I attempted to install Xfc using the .deb repository you indicated.
> But it failed :o(
Ok, I have fixed the dependency problem, and event tested it on another
pure Debian Etch computer, and xfc-demo just works so well direct from
repos !

Please let me know how this works out for you !

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Re: Debian build

Sylvain Vedrenne
Bo Lorentsen wrote:

> Sylvain Vedrenne wrote:
>
>> That's great you're working on Xfc(++) and are preparing .deb packages!
>> So,
>>    - I updated my Debian (# apt-get dist-upgrade), then:
>>    - I removed my /usr/local installation of Xfc, then:
>>    - I attempted to install Xfc using the .deb repository you indicated.
>> But it failed :o(
> Ok, I have fixed the dependency problem, and event tested it on another
> pure Debian Etch computer, and xfc-demo just works so well direct from
> repos !
>
> Please let me know how this works out for you !
>
> /BL

Hi Bo,

After your correction, I have been able to install xfc-demo on my Debian
Etch system, as follows:

tanuki:/home/sylvain# apt-get install xfc-demo
Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree... Done
The following extra packages will be installed:
   libxfccore libxfcui
The following NEW packages will be installed:
   libxfccore libxfcui xfc-demo
0 upgraded, 3 newly installed, 0 to remove and 13 not upgraded.
Need to get 316kB/1140kB of archives.
After unpacking 4014kB of additional disk space will be used.
Do you want to continue [Y/n]? (Yes !)
....

And xfc-demo runs with success.
Thank you!

...but then this command doesn't work anymore:
% pkg-config --libs xfc-4.3
and I need it to develop using Xfc
Did I miss something ?

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Re: Debian build

Bo Lorentsen
Sylvain Vedrenne wrote:

> And xfc-demo runs with success.
> Thank you!
I am pleased to here that, thank you for keep trying.

> ...but then this command doesn't work anymore:
> % pkg-config --libs xfc-4.3
> and I need it to develop using Xfc
> Did I miss something ?
No, there are en pkg-config entry per library part, and I guess what you
need is :

pkg-config xfcui-4.3 --libs

hope this helps..

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Re: Debian build

Sylvain Vedrenne
Bo Lorentsen wrote:

> Sylvain Vedrenne wrote:
>
>> And xfc-demo runs with success.
>> Thank you!
> I am pleased to here that, thank you for keep trying.
>
>> ...but then this command doesn't work anymore:
>> % pkg-config --libs xfc-4.3
>> and I need it to develop using Xfc
>> Did I miss something ?
> No, there are en pkg-config entry per library part, and I guess what you
> need is :
>
> pkg-config xfcui-4.3 --libs
>
> hope this helps..
>
> /BL

Oh you're right it's "xfcui"!
otherwise my project's ./configure would have failed in the first place!
I should have checked my configure.ac:
   PKG_CHECK_MODULES(XFCUI, xfcui-4.3 >= $XFCUI_REQUIRED_VERSION)

The error is probably in my code... Sorry.
Thanks for the help.

And thanks a lot for preparing Xfc(++) Debian packages!!!

Good night.
Sylvain.
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