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[Bug-freedink] Re: FreeDink in FreeBSD

From: Stephen Hurd
Subject: [Bug-freedink] Re: FreeDink in FreeBSD
Date: Mon, 01 Dec 2008 20:50:05 -0800
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Sylvain Beucler wrote:
There's indeed something about it in /usr/share/aclocal/intltool.m4:

Apparently it checks for '_nl_msg_cat_cntr' and doesn't find
it. However this test isn't relevant here because DFArc uses
wxWidget's i18n stack instead of directly using gettext.  It would
worth checking if there are similar issues in other packages using

Hrm... I wonder then if the intltool stuff is the "wrong" way do do it in configure and if there's some wx thing to use instead. I have no auto-fu and don't know M4, so I'm going to just ignore this and hope it goes away. :-)
Hrm... I think the default install target strips executables as well... file shows it as stripped, how can I check if the embedded resources are there?

Resources are essentially a .zip file appened to the executable (+
some index relocation). Just 'unzip -l /usr/bin/freedink' :)

Ah, ok... the embedded resources appear to be working then.

In FreeDink I made sure that the dependency configuration wasn't
"guessed" from the system, but specified from the command-line

Oh! Bless you for bringing that small bit of sanity to the configure universe. I've always seen configure guess at what you want based on what's installed and how the developer was feeling that day. Didn't even think to look for anything different.

Well for starters I uploaded a new release of freedink-data with a
fixed Makefile.  I'd be glad if you could check if it's alright now :)

Looks much better now... especially since it's not deleting files anymore. :-)

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