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Re: [Gnumed-devel] wxWindows (?)

From: Elizabeth Dodd
Subject: Re: [Gnumed-devel] wxWindows (?)
Date: Sat, 26 Apr 2003 18:02:29 +1000
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I'm quite confused about exactly what I have to install. 
I've been working from the listing in 
gnumed/gnumed/gnumed/client/doc/user-manual. I hadn't read "TODO" at all, but 
if I am installing, I'm doing what I'd do with any other package and working 
from what appears to be the instructions.
The current dependency problems relate to glibc2.3. In order to compile this I 
also had to upgrade gcc. I'm sorting out how the add-ons work for glibc as 
that is also confusing. (and that isn't our documentation).

On Fri, 25 Apr 2003 10:37 pm, you wrote:
> Hi Liz:
> I don't think one needs wxWindows to run wxPython.
> Also, there are RPMs that have GTK integrated:
>6.rpm (a link from my install guide - list of mirrors)
> How I understand the above name: wxPython, includes wxGTK (2.4 -- version
> matches wxPython version), for Python 2.2, based on wxWindows 2.4.0,
> wxPython release 7, 1st RPM build, for 386 architecture
> I have the impression that GTK is patched for wxPython.
> This I think is why wxWindows speaks of "wxGTK."  Also,
> it also would be consistent with why they now include it in
> the RPMs.
> You might want to take a peak at my install guide:
> It might give you some clues about sorting out dependencies.
> I have listed the required RPMs and the order they need to be
> installed.
> Good Luck,
> Michael

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