I found the installation note on INSTALL.html about fink installations,
and it resolved several of the problems I was about to email the list
about; but there is still one library that configure is not finding. I
think it's because there are a bunch of (incompatible?) versions of
pango, depending on what version of freetype is installed. In any case,
autogen tells me:
[...more of the same...]
I tried adding ":/sw/lib/pango-ft219/lib/" to the end of my
PKG_CONFIG_PATH, but this was not sufficient... does anyone know how I
can I make configure find my pango installation?
I'm running OSX 10.3.9, fink distro version 0.7.2.cvs, and I've got the
latest CVS checkout of lilypond off of savannah.
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Quoth Johannes Schindelin:
> On Fri, 16 Dec 2005, Don Blaheta wrote:
> > I tried adding ":/sw/lib/pango-ft219/lib/" to the end of my
> > PKG_CONFIG_PATH, but this was not sufficient... does anyone know how I
> > can I make configure find my pango installation?
> The problem is the pkgconfig file. If it references the old version, you
> can do what I did: Hand edit it.
> It should be in /sw/lib/pkgconfig/pango.pc in your case.
There was no such file, but I rooted around and found a file of that
name under /sw/src in a fink build directory; no amount of persuasion
could get fink to auto-install these .pc files, but a manual `sudo make
install` in the fink build directory seems to have put them in place. I
don't know if this was an isolated blip in my install, or a general fink
problem, or what, but in case anyone else has the same problem, the
relevant build directory was