[Xcb] xcb-util OSX help
christer.sandvik at gmail.com
Sat Dec 30 12:45:30 PST 2006
Ian Osgood wrote:
> On Dec 30, 2006, at 3:54 AM, Christer Sandvik wrote:
>> I have the git repository of xcb-util but how should I adept it to
>> OSX to make it work in the compile? Anyone working OSX?
> For OS X, you need to install the OS X development tools, which might
> be on a different CD. Then you also need to upgrade automake to
> version 1.7 or newer, and install pkgconfig. Also, libtoolize on OS X
> is named "glibtoolize", so you need to "export LIBTOOLIZE=glibtoolize"
> before running automake.
Yes I am familiar with that part since long ago, but I am not familiar
with certain parts programming.
> Read the XCB developers page
> at http://xcb.freedesktop.org/wiki/DevelopersGuide
> This will direct you to first
> read http://xorg.freedesktop.org/wiki/ModularDevelopersGuide
> Especially note settings for PKG_CONFIG_PATH and ACLOCAL.
> You've already installed git and downloaded xcb-util. To build the
> libraries or any other autotooled module directly from the repository,
> you start by changing to the root directory (cd xcb/util) and running
> ./autogen.sh. This will detect your system (Darwin) automatically and
> generate makefiles for all modules and submodules. When it completes,
> you can run "make" to make the libraries and "make install" to install
> them, as if you had downloaded tarballs.
Yes this is what I know but doesn't work, autogen with prefixes work but
make doesn't work then.
./configure: line 18934: syntax error near unexpected token `XCB,'
./configure: line 18934: `PKG_CHECK_MODULES(XCB, xcb)'
This seem to affect makefile creation and why this?
make: *** No targets specified and no makefile found. Stop.
Anyone with experience compiling under Darwin can help out?
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