g-wrap command not found
junkmail at retropepper.com
Sun Nov 30 13:24:09 CST 2003
I'm trying to compile gnucash for my slackware 8.1 system. The problem
I installed g-wrap-1.3.4 using a slackware package (did not satisfy
gnucash), then I compiled g-wrap-1.3.4 from source. Still, the gnucash
configure script says:
checking for g-wrap-config... (cached) /usr/local/bin/g-wrap-config
checking for g-wrap... no
So, as a check, I commented-out the code which bails configure when it
finds no "g-wrap." Upon compile, I get this interesting error:
/bin/sh: g-wrap: command not found
Now I don't know much about "g-wrap," but I DO know that when I compile
from source (and set prefix=/opt/g-wrap), there is NO command called
"g-wrap" installed anywhere. There are only libraries, header files,
and syntax (?) files. The only executable command is "g-wrap-config."
Can anyone give me a hint on this? Do other people have "g-wrap"
commands installed on their systems somewhere? I did an "updatedb" and
"locate g-wrap" -- there is command named g-wrap.
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