Re: Compiled "working" gvim on Solaris 2.8, but bug in configure
- Steve Hobbs wrote:
> QUESTION:That's probably a GTK problem. Loading its libraries and doing the
> It now works but the GTK2-GUI version takes about 10-15 seconds to
> appear. Any ideas??? (The non-GUI version is almost instant)
GUI startup stuff can be slow.
> DETAILS ON THE BUG:[...]
> We have an existing /usr/local structure which has a particular version
> of tools from SunFreeware.com. I didn't want to break this structure so
> I went about creating an entirely new structure in "/usr/local2".
> I couldn't get the tool to recognise my nice new installation inThis is non-standard, thus the existing configure won't find anything
> "/usr/local2". It kept saying it couldn't find it.
there. You will have to fall back to manually specifying paths.
You might want to compile with Motif instead, it's a "lighter" GUI than
GTK and it's supported by Sun. But it doesn't look that nice and it's
not free (although lesstif is a good Motif replacement).
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- On Sat, Oct 02, 2004 at 05:29:48PM +0200, Bram Moolenaar wrote:
>I also remember some troubles with font scanning. Maybe
> Steve Hobbs wrote:
> > QUESTION:
> > It now works but the GTK2-GUI version takes about 10-15 seconds to
> > appear. Any ideas??? (The non-GUI version is almost instant)
> That's probably a GTK problem. Loading its libraries and doing the
> GUI startup stuff can be slow.
strace/truss gvim could give a clue...
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