[Xcb] no 'long double' => no python => no xcb => no X11 :(
Philippe De Muyter
phdm at macqel.be
Wed Apr 22 08:03:00 PDT 2009
On Wed, Apr 22, 2009 at 10:43:16AM -0400, Peter Harris wrote:
> Philippe De Muyter wrote:
> > On Wed, Apr 22, 2009 at 10:16:11AM -0400, Peter Harris wrote:
> >> Please subscribe to this list; it will reduce the chances of the
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> > Done.
> Thanks again.
> > Here is the end of the configure log on my machine that has python :( :
> > Requested 'xcb-proto >= 1.1' but version of XCB Proto is 1.0
> You need to install a contemporary version of xcb-proto.
> In theory, any version of xcb-proto should work with any version of
> libxcb. In practise, new versions of xcb-proto sometimes tickle bugs in
> old versions of libxcb (and new versions of libxcb sometimes depend on
> protocol definitions that don't exist in old versions of xcb-proto).
> You're better off if you download both libxcb and xcb-proto from the
> same place at the same time.
> >>> Which file do I need to copy ?
> >> src/*.c, src/*.h (after running make).
> > Do you by chance have those src/*.[ch] files available ?
> I'm afraid not. I don't even know which version of libxcb you are using.
> I wouldn't want to accidentally give you the wrong set of files.
I had downloaded the latest versions of xcb-proto (1.4) and libxcb (1.2)
on my mpc8540 machine (which has no python), but on my desktop (which has
python), I run Opensuse 10.3, and I don't want to risk to break my
desktop by changing the xcb version installed there.
PS : xcb-proto-1.4/configure fails also on my mpc8540, with the same
error message :
checking for a Python interpreter with version >= 2.5... none
configure: error: no suitable Python interpreter found
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