gnucash compilation and installation from svn: why "a gnome druid" [solved]
rafmav at wanadoo.fr
Wed Jan 14 09:34:26 EST 2009
Well, I found why gnucash, anjuta and others crash!
I found the answer on this web page:
I just had to modify the paths like this:
LD_PRELOAD="/usr/lib/libglade/2.0/libgnome.so /usr/lib/libglade/2.0/libbonobo.so" gnucash
idem with anjuta and others!
So (all ?) gnucash runs when the "good" (of libglade 2.0) libgnome.so
and libbonobo are loaded; not those in "/usr/lib", but those in
Is libglade becoming obsolete ? deprecated ? Why gnucash and anjuta use
so old libraries ?
More, I readed here that gtkbuilder is better that libglade ? True ?
I saw in the gnucash source that gnucash uses very few the header named
For now, my problem is: how to automate this : have the good libraries
loaded at gnucash (and anjuta and others) startup!
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