Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 120896
Ethereal not being compiled with GTK 2
Last modified: 2015-03-04 20:13:46 EST
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Description of problem:
Ethreal is being built with gtk 1...when everything
else in FC2 is being built with gtk2. The option in
configure to do this is "--enable-gtk2". For the sake
of all that is "Pretty"... please start compiling this
package with gtk2!
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Launch Ethreal
2. See how ugly gtk 1 is
3. Scream out loud saying "WHY OH WHY ARE THEY STILL COMPILING WITH
GTK 1, WHEN IT SUPPORTS GTK2...AND EVERYTHING IN THE DISTRO IS
COMPILIED WITH GTK 2"
Actual Results: You get nice pretty interface to look at network packets.
:-)) What a funny bugreport. :-)
And before you get a heartattack i'll put a "--enable-gtk2" in the
configure script for FC2.
Read ya, Phil
Since we've switched to compiling with gtk2, the Requires: gtk+ >= 1.2
line needs to be removed from the ethereal-gnome portion of the
specfile. ethereal-gnome now depends on gtk2, not gtk1, so that line
doesn't need to be in there.
Requires: gtk+ >= 1.2
is still apart of this spec file , it needs to be gtk2
Needs to be changed to
Requires: gtk2 >= 2.4.0
BuildRequires: gtk+-devel >= 1.2
Needs to be removed
Fixed in ethereal-0.10.5-1 and later in the development tree.
Read ya, Phil