Joined: Sep. 2005
||Posted: Dec. 11 2007,11:48
I did look into this a little more and, yes, it was tedious...
So far I compiled freetype-2.1.8 -> fontconfig-2.2.0 -> glib-2.14.0 -> pango-1.12.2 -> atk-1.9.0
and now I'm stuck because the next steps are cairo-1.2.0 -> gtk+-2.10.13 and I cannot compile cairo. Even if I compile with --disable-xlib-xrender (or something like that), I get:
|Code Sample |
In file included from cairo-xlib-surface.c:40:
cairo-xlib-xrender.h:44:36: X11/extensions/Xrender.h: No such file or directory
It would seem to make sense that cairo is built so that it uses the xlibs in the base dsl rather than obliging a user to load xfree86 or xorg72. In addition, I doubt (but could easily be wrong) that including additional xlibs in an eventual extension would work well with the base dsl, so I don't know which way to go next.
Any ideas (as stated in another thread, cairo is used in several other applications that could be interesting on dsl)?