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I've trying to compile conky 1.7.2 in slack 13 with lua-cairo and lua-imlib2 bindings, have lua 5.1.4 installed and also installed tolua++-1.0.93 from der site installed it through scons..
here's my config_linux.py
## This is the linux configuration file
# This file was adapted to be used with ArchLinux
# Use 'scons -h' to see the list of command line options available
# Compiler flags (based on ArchLinux's installation of lua)
#LINKFLAGS = ['-g']
CCFLAGS = ['-O2', '-ansi', '-Wall' ]
#CCFLAGS = ['-g']
# this is the default directory for installation. Files will be installed on
# <prefix>/bin, <prefix>/lib and <prefix>/include when you run 'scons install'
# You can also specify this directory on the command line with the 'prefix'
# You can see more 'generic' options for POSIX systems on config_posix.py
prefix = '/usr'
# libraries (based on ArchLinux's installation of lua)
LIBS = ['lua', 'dl', 'm']
tolua_bin = 'tolua++5.1'
tolua_lib = 'tolua+5.1'
TOLUAPP = 'tolua++5.1'
and still its giving me tolua_errors missing(i also tried with tolua_bin = tolua++ and so on)