I have been trying to create a c++ project in Anjuta. The first problem I had was Anjuta wanted gtkmm-2.0 and I have gtkmm-2.4 so the project would not generate. This was fixed by changing the gtkmm version in confgiure.in file for the project - now autogenerate works (bit of a pain having to do this for each new project though).
Now when I come to generate code in glade it complains with :
Error running glade-- to generate the C++ source code.
Check that you have glade-- installed and that it is in your PATH.
Then try running 'glade-- <project_file.glade>' in a terminal.
Glade-2 is in my path, I tried symlinking glade to glade-2, but it made no difference. I can start glade up from the terminal OK.
I also have libglademm installed
Anybody have any ideas ?
Looking more closely I see that it is asking for glade--
Searching through the Debian packages I saw that glade-- is part of glademm not lib glademm. It seems that there is not an arch package for glademm.
Does this mean that nobody uses c++ with glade ? or do people build the packge themselves ?
It seems to me that glade-- is a pretty important part of glade so I am suprised that there is no package available.
A few comments would be nice - maybe I am just talking crap !
Just when I thought I was going to have to build the package myself it turns out that sameone has a PKGBUILD for it
It's been a lot of fun having this discussion with myself