Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 204262
glib-sharp.pc file broken on x86_64
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:11:41 EST
Description of problem:
Minor fault, it's pointing to /usr/lib
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Patch file attached.
It just patches the glib-sharp.pc.in to point to the correct directory. This
should also fix the problem with banshee
Created attachment 135016 [details]
I don't understand.
gtk-sharp2 2.10.0 has a "gtk-sharp-2.9.0-libdir.patch" patch that already has a
change like that in it. Extracting the glib-sharp.pc file from
Is your package different?
It looks like something has gone wrong with the update from the pre lib64
corrected version and the current version. What it looks like is that when the
lib64 fixes were applied and the yum update performed, the old version
(glibc-2.8) remained in /usr/lib instead of being removed.
On my 64 bit box, I have a glib-sharp-2.0.pc in both /usr/lib and /usr/lib64
pkgconfig directories. The only way this can have happened is the new version
didn't splat the old version. It would explain why Banshee drags in both
mono(glib-sharp)-18.104.22.168 and mono(glib-sharp)-22.214.171.124
As to the patch, it seems that my build sys didn't like it and would just ignore
it totally when I tried to build, however, the when I applied the patch from #1,
it did work. Bizarre!
Maybe you had edited the old .pc file or something?
The Banshee issue is something else. A Banshee dependency (ipod something)
wasn't rebuilt, and the build copied that dll into the banshee package, which
caused the glib 2.8 dependency in the banshee package.
Nope, I tend not to mess with .pc files for exactly this reason.
Can I assume that as I'm using x86_64 that I can just wipe the 2.8 version in
/usr/lib/mono/gac and the associated pc file?
Actually, maybe you used yum to upgrade and thus got both the 32bit and 64bit
versions of the devel package.
Why is the /usr/lib/pkgconfig directory used at all though, do you have a 32bit
version of /usr/bin/pkg-config?
No, 64 bit only pkgconfig. It looks like the problem may have been that I used
to compile mono myself and that's screwed things up. I've now hosed my system
and reinstalled the lot. Seems to be okay now. Well, mostly....