Thanks for the help Mike. In the Makefiles, I also had to change the
GLIB_LIBS pointer from libglib-1.1.la to libglib.la. I did get further, but
it found all kinds of undefined references in testgtk.o. Is this because
I did not install glib properly or is there more editing to be done in the
> I had the same problem with an earlier version of GTK, the way Igot around
> was editing the Makefile in the po directory.I commented out the catalogs
> line it says something like catalogs = deNONE ....
> to me, it looked like it was trying to say don't compile anything (deNONE,
> and frNONE, nlNONE and what not) I'm pretty sure they are language files,
> de=german, fr=french, nl = dutch...so if ya wanna have any of those
> languages then just change the catalogs line to read catalogs = de.po (for
> > I am trying to compile gtk+ to support a program I wanted to try out.
> > Unfortunately, I get the following response when I run "make":
> > Making all in po
> > make: Entering directory `home/rick/gtk+1.1.9/po`
> > make: *** No rule to make target `deNONE`, needed by `all-yes`.
> > Stop
> > make: Leaving directory `home/rick/gtk+1.1.9/po`
> > At that point, it gives up.
> > I have downloaded and compiled glib using the default setings. I used
> > "./configure --with-glib=../glib-1.1.9. Please let me know if I need to
> > change one of the settings in configure, compile a different version of
> > gtk, comment out the catalogs in the Makefile, or try something else.
> > Thanks,
> > Rick Macchio