[cairo] Finding libXrender

James Henstridge james at daa.com.au
Tue Mar 30 19:00:15 PST 2004

On 31/03/2004 10:46 AM, Carl Worth wrote:

>On Mar 27, Bill Spitzak wrote:
> > Main change is in how it detects Xrender. This has only been tested on my 
> > machine *without* the Xrender package, but I believe it works the same as 
> > before on machines with the package installed.
>Thanks Bill,
>I just tested it on machines with and without the xrender.pc file.
>It looks like when xrender.pc is available it adds a redundant
>"-lXrender" to cairo.pc. It doesn't seem that this is a big deal
>though, (pkgconfig seems to cull the duplicate).
>Also, without xrender.pc, it would be nice to figure out how to
>convince PKG_CHCEK_MODULES to not emit this big chunk of text:
>	Package xrender was not found in the pkg-config search path.
>	Perhaps you should add the directory containing `xrender.pc'
>	to the PKG_CONFIG_PATH environment variable
>	No package 'xrender' found
If you have a non-empty "action-if-not-found" argument to the macro, it 
shouldn't print the error out.  Try passing [:] as the 4th argument to 
the PKG_CHEC_MODULES() call.


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