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Mon, 29 Nov 2004 02:00:12 +0100
On Sunday 04 July 2004 17.20, Jan Nieuwenhuizen wrote:
> Pedro Kroger writes:
> > Now it seems to be 'working' (i.e. found the modules), but I got
> > /home/kroger/lilypond/install//share/lilypond/2.3.5/scm/framework-gnome.s
> >cm:129:5: While evaluating arguments to map in expression (map
> > ly:pango-add-afm-decoder (quote #)):
> Hmm, that's odd. --enable-gui is supposed to do just that: link
> to pango CVS and provide the ly:pango-add-afm-decoder function.
> Could you verify that you have
> /* define if you have pango CVS */
> #define HAVE_PANGO_CVS 1
> /* define if you have pango_fc_font_map_add_decoder_find_func */
> #define HAVE_PANGO_FC_FONT_MAP_ADD_DECODER_FIND_FUNC 1
> in your config.h?
I am having trouble with this.
./configure seems to ignore about config.h:
$ ls -l config.h
-rw-r--r-- 1 erik erik 2435 Jun 27 20:11 config.h
That file is from lily 2.3.5.
also, 'make clean' does not remove config.h. I have now removed it manually.
In any case: In config.hh, those #defines are done correctly (both defined as
1), still I get the same errors as Pedro got first:
/home/erik/lily/lilypond/ly/init.ly:32:1: error: GUILE signaled an error for
the expression beginning here:
(if (pair? toplevel-scores)
no code for module (gnome gtk)
/home/erik/lily/lilypond/ly/init.ly:32:5: error: syntax error, unexpected '(',
I have to go to sleep now.. but any ideas are appreciated!
- Re: guile-gnome,
Erik Sandberg <=