Re: static ascp

Daniele Falvo (d.falvo@nest.it)
Sat, 23 Jan 1999 10:49:48 +0100


It sounds like Ascp is giving more trouble than pleasure.

If AfterStep - all releases - compiles without a hitch, why
persisting with a control-panel that only compiles to developers
?

Is it really impossible to write a less lib demanding panel ?

Daniele Falvo



Nwanua Elumeze wrote:
> 
> This last straw broke the camel's back:
> 
> I shan't be supporting stable gtk+ libs anymore  (at this point,
> it's a bit like writing two apps: one for stable, the other for devel;
> some functions in one are not present in the other).
> 
> Since I don't have the space to keep both static and dynamic libs, I can't
> compile a static binary of ascp. If anyone out there can, please do me a huge
> favour and make a static binary.
> 
> On the other hand, if the guys at www.gtk.org merge the two threads,
> we won't have to worry about it anymore :-)
> 
> Until either happens, please don't compile ascp if you _don't_ have
> at least Gtk+-1.1.12 and glib-1.1.12
> 
> Cheers,
> 
> Nwanua.
> 
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