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burdi01 05-18-2013 08:46 AM

gtk+2-2.24.18 for Current, please
 
xfburn -i <image>

Xfburn comes from Salix. Salix 14.0 is based on Slackware 14.0, it uses a.o. the gtk+2 libraries from Slackware.

The above command with gtk+2-2.24.10 from Slackware 14.0 is ok.
The above command with gtk+2-2.24.17 from Slackware Current ignores the <image> argument.
The above command with gtk+2-2.24.18 (just built by me) is ok again.

Please update Current's gtk+2 to 2.24.18.
:)

mats_b_tegner 05-18-2013 09:58 AM

If you really need 2.24.18 why don't you compile it yourself? Just grab the SlackBuild-script and patches from /source/l/gtk+2/ and the latest sources from ftp.gnome.org. Which you did. Is there anything else besides xfburn that requires gtk+ 2.24.18?

burdi01 05-18-2013 11:43 AM

@mats_b_tegner:
Well I said "(just built by me)", did not I? And of course I did it exactly the same as you hinted at.
I am not aware as of yet of anything else needing gtk+2-2.24.18, but that is not to say that there is nothing else.
I asked for an "official" update such that any other Slacker having the same problem would benefit.
:)

mats_b_tegner 05-19-2013 09:53 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by burdi01 (Post 4953794)
@mats_b_tegner:
Well I said "(just built by me)", did not I? And of course I did it exactly the same as you hinted at.
I am not aware as of yet of anything else needing gtk+2-2.24.18, but that is not to say that there is nothing else.
I asked for an "official" update such that any other Slacker having the same problem would benefit.
:)

Another package that might benefit from 2.24.18 is GIMP since there is a bug fix according to the .news file.

burdi01 05-21-2013 11:43 AM

gtk+2-2.24.18 was included in the May 20 updates.
:)


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