[Gtkradiant] Re: building radiant through fink..
Mon, 22 Mar 2004 10:34:45 -0000
The 1.3.x fink packages are no longer being maintained.
I'm working on the current trunk, planned for release as 1.5.0 (when =
This version has been recently compiled on linux, and was compiled a =
couple of months ago for OSX panther.. it should still build the full =
setup package on both. Performance on OSX is generally improved, it =
should be more usable than previous versions.
I couldn't get the setup packages to run on either linux or osx though, =
which stops me from updating the fink packages. I got stuck with errors =
about an unsupported version of glibc ..
[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of Timothee
Sent: 22 March 2004 08:00
To: Derek Arndt
Subject: [Gtkradiant] Re: building radiant through fink..
I already stated that I didn't want to put further work into an OSX=20
port, there are OSX developers showing up every now and then, but they=20
only care about fixing the editor so it compiles on their machine, and=20
then they disappear and don't go the extra mile to make things easier=20
for the others. So far this has been wasted effort on our end.
Derek Arndt wrote:
> Time again comes my way and I step back up to the plate to see if I=20
> can do anything to help out :D.
> It saddens me to see basically no progress being made on this thing,=20
> and I figure it's probably best to see where I can go with this. I had =
> no troubles getting it to work under 10.2, since it was nice and easy=20
> to get setup and going, but now with 10.3 it's increasingly hard to=20
> get this thing up and running.
> all the dependencies are installed in fink, I as closely as I could=20
> followed the OS X FAG for radiant and it's left me trying to properly=20
> link radiant. Here's whatever is being used for linking with GCC is=20
> spitting out (bunch of extra junk I've included, because it might be=20
> g++ -L/sw/lib -L/usr/lib -L/usr/X11R6/lib -dynamiclib -ldl `pkg-config =
> glib-2.0 --libs` `xml2-config --libs` `libpng-config --ldflags`=20
> `pkg-config gtk+-2.0 --libs-only-L` `pkg-config gtk+-2.0=20
> --libs-only-l` -shared -o build/release/bobtoolz.so=20
> build/release/libs/libsynapse.a build/release/libs/libmathlib.a=20
> g++: unrecognized option `-shared'
> ld: warning prebinding disabled because dependent library:=20
> /sw/lib/libglib-2.0.0.dylib is not prebound
> ld: warning multiple definitions of symbol _locale_charset
> /sw/lib/libiconv.dylib(localcharset.o) definition of _locale_charset
> /sw/lib/libintl.dylib(localcharset.lo) definition of _locale_charset
> ld: Undefined symbols:
> /usr/bin/libtool: internal link edit command failed
> scons: *** [build/release/bobtoolz.so] Error 1
> scons: done building targets.
> ### execution of sh failed, exit code 2
> Failed: compiling radiant-1.3.13-2 failed
> Maybe if you'll take a few seconds I can again see radiant launch on=20
> my machine. I was hoping with it running here I could then try it with =
> GTK+OSX and see how that works out (obviously I think many more people =
> would be interesting in using this if they could escape the likings of =
> X11, even if it's still as ugly (compared to native Aqua) outside of =
> I appreciate your time greatly as I realize how significant you are to =
> the gaming community as a whole (my feelings of awe side),
> Derek Arndt
> http://www.dereksucks.com _game development is just my forte_
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