[CM] CM and CM-GTK (newbie)
Mon, 14 Aug 2006 07:07:18 -0700
I'm getting the same error on Ubuntu Dapper, though the libs are all in
On Mon, 2006-08-14 at 07:10 -0500, Rick Taube wrote:
> hello, the code in gtkffi-cmusbcl.lisp is signaling an error because
> it cannot find one or more of the actual .lib files to load. here are
> their names:
> '("libgtk-x11-2.0" "libgdk-x11-2.0" "libatk-1.0"
> #-:darwin "libm" #+:darwin "/usr/lib/libm"
> "libpangoxft-1.0" "libpangox-1.0" "libpango-1.0"
> "libgobject-2.0" "libgmodule-2.0"
> #-:darwin "libdl"
> #+:darwin "libintl"
> #+:darwin "libiconv")
> find the dir where these reside on your machine and then use that
> pathname as the value of cl-user::*gtk-libdir*
> you can set the variable in that file if you want
> On Aug 14, 2006, at 12:43 AM, christopher melen wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I've got CM up and running nicely in CMUCL on Debian
> > (Sarge), but I'm having difficulty with CM-GTK. When I
> > attempt to load it with (use-system :cm-gtk) I get the
> > following -
> > ((FLET LIBPATH
> > )
> > "libgtk-x11-2.0")
> > Source: (ERROR
> > "Library ~S not found. Either GTK is not
> > installed or else cl-user:*gtk-libdir* needs to be set
> > to the directory containing GTK on your machine."
> > I have tried using -
> > (defparameter cl-user::*gtk-libdir*
> > "/path/to/gtk2/libs/")
> > with various path variations before loading CM, but no
> > luck...
> > I have a feeling I'm probably going to have to edit a
> > configuration file somewhere(!), but I'm not sure
> > exactly where. Any suggestions as to how to solve this
> > problem would be greatly appreciated!
> > BTW, I'm a relative newbie to both linux and lisp.
> > Thanks,
> > Chris
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