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RE: guile-gnome-platform 2.16.2 released

From: Sunjoong Lee
Subject: RE: guile-gnome-platform 2.16.2 released
Date: Thu, 10 May 2012 08:57:55 +0900


I'm glad to hear guile-gnome-platform works with Guile 2.0. To celebrate it, I've attatched my ebuild files for Gentoo Linux users. You know, Gentoo's last stable guile ebuild file is guile-1.8.8-r1.ebuild for Guile 1.8.8 but the last stable version of Guile itself is 2.0.5. There are guile-2.0.5.ebuild, g-wrap-1.9.14.ebuild and guile-gnome-platform-2.16.2.ebuild in my attatched file. You need a ebuild file for guile-lib 0.1.9 but it is in your default portage tree. If not so, sync your portage tree; "emerge --sync".

0. Update your system:
    # emerge --sync
    # emerge -uND world
    # emerge --depclean
    # revdep-rebuild

1. Put new ebuild files in your local portage overlay tree:
    # cp guile-gnome-platform-ebuild.tar.gz /usr/local
    # cd /usr/local
    # tar xvjf guile-gnome-platform-ebuild.tar.gz
    # rm guile-gnome-platform-ebuild.tar.gz

2. Check your PORTDIR_OVERLAY environment variable in /etc/make.conf file. I assume that:
    $ grep PORTDIR_OVERLAY /etc/make.conf

3. Use ~x86 keyword in your Gentoo keyword file:
    # vi /etc/portage/package.keywords
    The contents of keyword file is:
    dev-libs/g-wrap ~x86
    dev-scheme/guile ~x86
    dev-scheme/guile-gnome-platform ~x86
    dev-scheme/guile-lib ~x86

4. Uninstall guile 1.8.8 if you had installed it:
    # emerge -C guile

5. Install guile-gnome-platform; emerge script will install guile, guile-lib and g-wrap for guile-gnome-platform:
    # emerge guile-gnome-platform
    # emerge --depclean
    # revdep-rebuild

2012/5/9 Andy Wingo <address@hidden>
Hello all,

I am pleased and embarrassed to announce the release of
guile-gnome-platform version 2.16.2.

Get it here:

Attachment: guile-gnome-platform-ebuild.tar.gz
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