Re: gvim segfaulting on Solaris 10
- Bram Moolenaar wrote:
> The bonobo stuff is only used when compiling for GTK 2 with Gnome[...]
> support. I generally discourage compiling with Gnome, it has its
> problems. This is mentioned in the Makefile.
Yes, I saw that warning, and decided to try --enable-gnome-check nevertheless,
just to see what these problems were. None of them has bitten me yet.
- Bram Moolenaar wrote:
> Is "/usr/sfw" a standard place for something? Then perhaps configureChecked that. No need anymore for it. Ir probably dated from my first
> should be adjusted to check it.
builds on the Solaris 10 beta, 2 years ago.
- Ali Akcaagac wrote:
> On Sun, 2006-10-01 at 23:13 +0200, Bram Moolenaar wrote:Perhaps someone who knows the details about Gnome can make the changes,
> > The bonobo stuff is only used when compiling for GTK 2 with Gnome
> > support. I generally discourage compiling with Gnome, it has its
> > problems. This is mentioned in the Makefile.
> > If you compile without Gnome, which is the default, no bonobo stuff is
> > used by Vim. If a bonobo library is still linked in then it's because
> > of a dependency.
> I do understand this. But what I tried explaining was that BonoboUI is
> deprecated. That means it's dead stuff from within GNOME which should
> not be used anymore (from what the developers say). So basicly there is
> no need for extra GNOME GUI components anymore since the encouraged and
> recommended way to do GNOME GUI is by using GTK+ GUI (from what the
> developers say). The only interesting part therefore remains is the
> session management.
test it and send us a patch? Obviously I don't have time to learn the
"proper use" of Gnome libraries.
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