[cairo] Issues using cairo for splash -- Ubuntu, virtual machine
Elliott, Carrie Lynn
cellio18 at vols.utk.edu
Fri Jun 19 07:54:32 PDT 2015
From: Elliott, Carrie Lynn
Sent: Thursday, June 18, 2015 4:00 PM
To: cairo at cairographics.org
Subject: Issues using cairo for splash -- Ubuntu, virtual machine
To whom it may concern;
I'm trying to use SPLASH, a smoothed particle hydrodynamics visualization software to create visualizations for my academic research in astrophysics. Splash has a dependency on the cairo library, and I've been having some trouble using Splash, and I believe it may be due to some issues with cairo (version 1.12.18); it is also possible that cairo has nothing to do with it, but it's worth a try to see.
The visualization end is the problem though, and I thought maybe the cairo graphics backend may be the issue. When I ran the configuration and looked at the output text file, I saw a few things that jumped out at me. Packages missing (gtk, librsvg, gdk, poppler-glib, etc), 'no such file/directory' errors (CoreGraphics.h, libiberty.h, confsdefs.h, ApplicationServices.h, etc), undefined references to flags like -lbfd, and so on.
I don't know how important or necessary these things are, but I wanted to check to make sure it wasn't an issue with cairo.
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