RE: unusual problem

Would this also cause configure to bail (it just says something like
"configure can't run") when I try to build gnomeicu on RH7.3?  I haven't
spent a lot of time looking at it, so if no one knows what I'm talking
about I'll come back when I'm at my real computer ;)


Jeremy Wise
GnomeICU Author

> -----Original Message-----
> From: gnome-devel-list-admin gnome org [mailto:gnome-devel-list-
> admin gnome org] On Behalf Of David Hampton
> Sent: Thursday, May 23, 2002 1:52 PM
> To: Clancy, Shane W.
> Cc: 'gnome-devel-list gnome org'; 'glade-devel ximian com'
> Subject: Re: unusual problem
> On Thu, 2002-05-23 at 10:15, Clancy, Shane W. wrote:
> >
> > I just wrote a Gnome app using Glade and have run into a problem I
> haven't
> > seen before.  Usually, when you design an app with Glade and tell it
> > build the source, you end up with standard files and directories
> > macros, pixmaps, po and src).  Just ./, and make to see
> > product.  Today, I wrote a test app using glade and when it built
> source
> > directories it replaced the 'intl' directory with one called 'm4'.
As a
> > result, the program will not build.  It's been a month or two since
> used
> > Glade last, and the only changes I've made to my system was to go
> RH
> > 7.2 to RH 7.3.  I use Ximian Desktop to keep my libs and apps up to
> date.
> >
> > Any ideas or suggestions?
> That's a change to gettext, not to glade.  You should be able to
> 	1) Edit macros/ and add the --intl flag to the calls
> to
> gettextize, or
> 	2) Edit the file and change the line AM_GNU_GETTEXT
> to
> AM_GNU_GETTEXT([external])
> I know the former works.  I think the latter works, if and only if you
> are using a version of glibc that has gettext support builtin.
> David

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