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[bug #33741] GSGhostscriptImageRep uses hardcoded path /usr/bin/gs

From: Wolfgang Lux
Subject: [bug #33741] GSGhostscriptImageRep uses hardcoded path /usr/bin/gs
Date: Mon, 11 Jul 2011 17:42:20 +0000
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Follow-up Comment #4, bug #33741 (project gnustep):

> Good point; I added NSWarnLog's to the two handlers. Does that look OK?

Do you test your code before committing? During compilation I get a warning
about an implicit declaration of NSWarnLog. If the code path is actually taken
(e.g., by using defaults write NSGlobalDomain GSGhostscriptExecutablePath
/usr/bin/no-gs on the command line), programs will crash with an undefined
symbol: NSWarnLog.
Besides, I think that plain NSLog would be better than NSWarnLog. I don't see
a reason why you would want the ability to hide the exception message.

> Regarding PKG_CHECK_MODULES, autoconf is supposed to make it available if
you have pkg-config installed. Do you have pkg-config? 

I have pkg-config installed. There's even a .../share/aclocal/pkg.m4 file, but
nevertheless autoconf complains and doesn't expand PKG_CHECK_MODULES. Happens
for me on Ubuntu 10.04, FreeBSD, and OS X.


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