accessibility-dialog.glade can't open in glade
sdohertyp at gmail.com
Tue Dec 6 23:40:23 CET 2011
libxfce4ui is installed on my machine, and I configured it with *./configure
--enable-gladeui*, but I still get the same failed to load error message.
I'm trying to open the accessibility dialog in glade to add a check box.
Maybe there is an easier way to do this I am completely missing?
Also, I'm fairly inexperienced when it comes to Xfce.
Any more assistance would be greatly appreciated!
On Mon, Dec 5, 2011 at 8:54 PM, Matthew Brush <mbrush at codebrainz.ca> wrote:
> On 12/05/2011 05:18 PM, Sean Doherty wrote:
>> I'm trying to open accessibility-dialog.glade located in
>> xfce4-settings/dialog in glade and when I open it, it gives me an error
>> Failed to load
>> The following required catalogs are unavailable: libxfce4ui/
>> Does anyone know of a solution to resolve this error?
>> Any help would be appreciated!
> You need to install `libxfce4ui` and ensure it's configured to enable the
> Glade catalogs (./configure --enable-gladeui)
> You'll need at least the following dependencies to build it though:
> - xdt-autogen (in xfce4-dev-tools)
> - libxfconf (in xfconf)
> - dbus-glib-1 (probably from freedesktop.org or gnome.org?)
> - libxfce4util
> I gave up after the `dbus-glib-1` dependency, so there might be more. Note
> that they need to be *bleeding edge* versions if you're getting from Git,
> since I had a fairly recent clone of these and I'm running an updated
> Debian Wheezy and I still didn't have new enough versions of everything.
> If you get `libxfce4ui` (and maybe the -dev/-devel package for it?) from
> your package manager it would be a lot easier if you aren't planning on
> hacking on it.
> Matthew Brush
>  The `autogen.sh` script in `xfce4-dev-tools` seems broken, so you
> might need to just use `autoreconf -vfi` for that one.
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