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Re: pl2link error while installing application?

From: Fred Kiefer
Subject: Re: pl2link error while installing application?
Date: Mon, 05 Jun 2006 14:17:46 +0200
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I would expect that it is not pl2link that is causing the problem here,
rather this program, being the first GNUstep tool to run, shows that
something went wrong before.

To test this, you could try to run your application locally and I am
sure this is going to fail.

Now this does not help you in solving the problem :-(
Now one of the experts of GNUstep on MacOSX needs to step in.


Daniel J Farrell schrieb:
> I have recently installed gnustep (all available packages e.g. base, gui
> etc...) on MacOS 10.4 using DarwinPorts it took a few hours but it's
> finally done!
> However, I cannon instasll any gnustep application; I get the same error
> everytime (see below).
> There seems to be a problem with pl2link? From what I understand this
> tool produces a desktop link file for KDE and Gnome out of a GNUstep
> property list, but I'm on MacOS! Because this can't load the dynamic
> library: libgnustep-base.dylib.1.12. cannon load.... any ideas on how to
> get around this problem?
> As far as I'm aware DarwinPort successfully compiled and installed
> everthing. I also have changed by .profile and .xinitrc to contain the
> lines of code as suggested during the installation (path to the gnustep
> shell script, man pages, etc...)
> There must be something I've left out?
> Kind regards,
>     Daniel.
> PS - Here is the terminal response to trying to install Affiche (a.k.a
> Stickies):
> Last login: Mon Jun  5 11:51:52 on ttyp2
> Welcome to Darwin!
> DJF:~ Daniel$ cd Desktop/Affiche
> DJF:~/Desktop/Affiche Daniel$ sudo make
> Making all for app Affiche...
> Creating
> dyld: Library not loaded: libgnustep-base.dylib.1.12
>   Referenced from: /opt/local/GNUstep/System/Tools/pl2link
>   Reason: image not found
> make[1]: *** [] Error 133
> make: *** [] Error 2

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