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After including nls as a USE variable, gconf1.04 merged as normal. However, evolution still causes me headaches. It dies while configuring:
checking for working autoconf... found
checking for working automake... found
checking for working autoheader... found
checking for working makeinfo... found
checking for scrollkeeper-config... no
configure: error: Couldn't find scrollkeeper-config
!!! ERROR: the ./configure command did not complete successfully.
!!! ("./configure --prefix=/opt/gnome --host=i686-pc-linux-gnu --sysconfdir=/etc/opt/gnome --enable-file-locking=no --with-db3=/tmp/portage/evolution-0.13/work/db3 --without-movemail --enable-nntp --enable-ssl")
!!! Since this is a critical task, ebuild will be stopped.
!!! emerge aborting on /usr/portage/gnome-apps/evolution/evolution-0.13.ebuild .
Any idea on this?
Some other questions just for me to know what I am doing:
1. What is nls and what does it do?
2. Is there a pilot or palm USE flag for evolution to be compiled with pilot support?
On Sunday 23 September 2001 2:58 am, you wrote:
> s_ 2001-09-23 klockan 00.31 skrev Viktor Lakics:
> > Dear Gentooers,
> Hm,, are you trying to build without USE=nls?
> This might be it, it's also on my TODO-list.
> Mikael Hallendal
> > When trying to emerge evolution-0.13, emerge stops while configuring
> > gconf1.04:
> > ...................
> > creating tests/Makefile
> > creating standard-schemas/Makefile
> > creating gconf.pc
> > creating gconfgtk.pc
> > creating config.h
> > linking ./intl/libgettext.h to intl/libintl.h
> > configure: error: ./intl/libgettext.h: File not found
> > !!! ERROR: The ebuild did not complete successfully.
> > !!! Function src_compile, Line 9, Exitcode 1
> > !!! (no error message)
> > !!! emerge aborting on /usr/portage/gnome-base/gconf/gconf-1.0.4.ebuild
> > .
> > Yes, emerge is correct, there is no "/intl/libgettext.h" in that
> > directory... Any solution to this?
> > TIA : Viktor (gentoo rc-5)
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