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Re: [Pan-users] How to compile a snapshot ??

From: Csv4Me2
Subject: Re: [Pan-users] How to compile a snapshot ??
Date: Thu, 9 Feb 2006 10:22:25 +0100
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That I did ! 
The solution was to install gnome-common as root (how could I forget that ?)
and solve a problem of the gnome autogen not finding automake (ancient GNOME2 
setup ?) and fixing a typo in the latest csv code (./po/es.po) 

After that no more problems, pan 0.14.90 is up and running and was able to 
read the a.b.m.startrek groep with 3M messages and some 20000 articles on 

I'll have look at that voyagers1d4 DVD posting.

So, to all who responded to my mails:  thank you !


On Thursday 09 February 2006 00:31, Rinaldi J. Montessi wrote:
> Csv4Me2 wrote:
> > MMM, yes you do sound snarky, i"m sorry to say.
> > What help i am a supposed to get from this pedantic phrase?
> You could try re-reading it.  The last two lines are what's important.
> "Go back to the directory you compiled it in and do
> make -n install>install.txt and read carefully."
> The "it" referring to gnome-common.
> make -n install tells you what install is going to do, or did, in this
> case.  The > pipes the output to install.txt. What you need to look for
> is where it installed gnome-common and make sure it's in your path.

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