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PostPosted: Wed Aug 24, 2005 8:48 pm    Post subject: Binary and source RPM packages for wxWidgets (wxGTK)
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wxWidgets gives you a single, easy-to-use API for writing GUI applications on multiple platforms. Link with the appropriate library for your platform (Windows/Unix/Mac, others coming shortly) and compiler (almost any popular C++ compiler), and your application will adopt the look and feel appropriate to that platform. On top of great GUI functionality, wxWidgets gives you: online help, network programming, streams, clipboard and drag and drop, multithreading, image loading and saving in a variety of popular formats, database support, HTML viewing and printing, and much much more.

wxGTK is the version of wxwidgets for GTK+. For wxGTK, I have created binary and source RPM packages for SuSE 9.0:



Use the command

Code:

rpm -Uhv xxx.rpm


to install the binary RPMs. I used the build package of SuSE to compile my own source RPMs from source, as described for example in Compiling SuSE Source Packages. Note that up to and including version 9.0, SuSE uses the usedforbuild string on a comment line of the spec file to list all needed files for a successful compilation of the package.

The packages are build for SuSE 9.0. To rebuild a package for your own version of (SuSE) Linux, use the source RPMs and the build and/or rpmbuild commands, as described in How to compile an older version for a newer system in RPM.
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 24, 2005 10:33 pm    Post subject:
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Arrow Note: If, for some reason, you want to compile wxGTK yourself and you have an older spec file, but still want to enable gtk2 (GTK+) support, then you have to use the --enable-gtk2 option to configure for wxGTK and the WXPORT=gtk2 option to configure for wxPython. Read the distrib/README.1st.txt file that comes with wxWidgets for all the details.
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 05, 2006 11:19 pm    Post subject:
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For wxGTK 2.6.3.2, I have created binary and source RPM packages for SuSE 9.0:



Use the command

Code:

rpm -Uhv xxx.rpm


to install the binary RPMs. I used the build package of SuSE to compile my own source RPMs from source, as described for example in Compiling SuSE Source Packages. Note that up to and including version 9.0, SuSE uses the usedforbuild string on a comment line of the spec file to list all needed files for a successful compilation of the package.

The packages are build for SuSE 9.0. To rebuild a package for your own version of (SuSE) Linux, use the source RPMs and the build and/or rpmbuild commands, as described in How to compile an older version for a newer system in RPM.
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 19, 2010 5:25 pm    Post subject:
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chris wrote:
Open quoteFor wxGTK 2.6.3.2, I have created binary and source RPM packages Use the command
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rpm -Uhv xxx.rpm

to install the binary RPMs. I used the Close quote

I there anyway to install from RPM on freebsd wxGTK?
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Sorry, I am not familiar with FreeBSD. But if RPM (the software "RedHat Packet Manager") is installed on your FreeBSD, then you can use the same command to install from an RPM package that was created for FreeBSD. You cannot take an RPM that was created for Linux and expect it to be installed in FreeBSD without glitches. Your best bet would then be (assuming you have RPM installed) to get the source RPM of wxGTK and try to build an RPM for your platform from there. Or search for a FreeBSD version directly.
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