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Re: [Pan-devel] Re: RPM for gtkspell?

From: John LeMay
Subject: Re: [Pan-devel] Re: RPM for gtkspell?
Date: Mon, 29 Jul 2002 14:47:22 -0400 (EDT)

I managed to find a couple rpm's for gtkspell-2.0.0-1. I'm using the i686
build. Don't recall where I found them, but a quick Google search turned
up the i386 and src builds in the middle of this page:

John LeMay
Senior Enterprise Consultant

On Mon, 29 Jul 2002, Evan Martin wrote:

> John Aldrich wrote:
> > Just wondering if you have an RPM version of GTKSpell or if you know of
> > anyone who does? Pan is going to start requiring GTKSpell for pre-built
> > binaries. I installed it from the tarball, but unfortunately it won't
> > recognize it that way... :-(
> > Thanks...
> >     John
> >
> > PS.. if you can provide a spec file, I'll provide you a binary and source
> > RPM! :-)
> I haven't made RPMs for GtkSpell because I don't use Redhat.  I don't
> know anyone who has made RPMs for GtkSpell because it isn't very popular
> yet-- the gtk1.2 version was used in a bunch of programs but gtk2 is new
> enough that Pan (and LogJam, the program I wrote it for:
> are the only programs I know that use it.
> I'll ask the LogJam users if anyone wants to make one (I know at least
> one person who works at Redhat), but if anyone on the Pan mailing list
> would like to volunteer a .spec (or is it I'd be grateful.
> (For those same reasons, GtkSpell *is* in Debian unstable as of last
> week or so.)
> Finally, if you don't want to explicitly depend on GtkSpell at
> compile-time, you can do something like this in your (or
> I haven't looked at the Pan source).
> BASEMODULES="gtk+-2.0 gthread-2.0 libxml-2.0"
>          [HAVE_GTKSPELL=no
> if test "$HAVE_GTKSPELL" = "yes" ; then
>          AC_DEFINE(HAVE_GTKSPELL,,[do we have gtkspell?])
> fi
> Basically, it tries to configure with gtkspell-2.0, and if it fails it
> falls back to without it.
> And then you can wrap GtkSpell calls in #ifdefs, like this:
> #include <gtkspell/gtkspell.h>
> #endif /* HAVE_GTKSPELL */
> I'm not on the Pan list, so please CC me on replies.
> -- Evan, GtkSpell author.
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