[Slackbuilds-users] inkscape and gtkmm
elcaio at gmail.com
Fri Apr 16 21:26:02 UTC 2010
Thank you both for your clear answers.
I'll patch this for this current problem, and wait for v13.1 with the
newer and well tested gcc. I know was my fail to upgrade gcc without
bearing in mind this kind of issues, but i'm fine on -current.
Again, thank you.
On Fri, Apr 16, 2010 at 6:12 PM, B Watson <yalhcru at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 4/16/10, caio <elcaio at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Yes, I do running current.. and gcc is v4.4.3.
>> What do you recommend, downgrade gcc or stop using current, or what? I
>> think this time was gtkmm but maybe in a few days another app will
>> complains about it too.
> If you know enough C++ to do it, you should create a patch and a modified
> SlackBuild script that applies the patch... and send it to the maintainer
> of the slackbuild. Later on, when slackware 13.1 comes out (which will
> have the same gcc as -current has now, or a newer one), he'll already
> have a working build to submit to SBo.
> If you don't know enough C++, but you do know bash scripting and how
> to apply patches, you could see if Gentoo or Debian -unstable has the
> same problem (and a patch to fix it). If so, borrow their patch (they
> won't mind).
> If you don't know C++ or bash or how to use patch, eh, what possessed
> you to run -current in the first place?
> Downgrading gcc is a bad idea, unless you're going to downgrade the
> whole OS to Slackware 13. Mixing and matching packages from stable and
> current isn't a great idea: it might work sometimes, but when it breaks,
> you're probably the only person on the planet who has that exact mix of
> packages, so it's hard for anyone to help you much...
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