[Haskell-beginners] gtk2hs [GIMP ToolKit]

Patrick Lynch kmandpjlynch at verizon.net
Sat Feb 5 18:56:33 CET 2011

Good afternoon,

     In the course of doing this, I probably did the installation twice, 
meo culpa.

     As fro the environment variables, they are [note: each directory is 
on a separate line]:
         echo %PATH%
             C:\Program Files (x86)\Haskell\bin;
             C:\Program Files (x86)\Haskell 
             C:\Program Files (x86)\Haskell Platform\2010.2.0.0\bin;
             C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Roxio Shared\DLLShared\;
             C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Roxio 
             C:\Program Files\Gtk+\bin;C:\Users\User;
             C:\Program Files (x86)\Gtk+\bin;
             c:\Program Files (x86)\Gtk+\share\gettext
         echo %INCLUDE%
             C:\Program Files\Gtk+\include\libglade-2.0;
             C:\Program Files\Gtk+\include;
             C:\Program Files (x86)\Gtk+\include
         echo %PKG_CONFIG% /[presumably this should be PKG_CONFIG_PATH, 
since PKG_CONFIG is not used]/: echo %PKG_CONFIG_PATH%
             C:\Program Files\Gtk+\lib\pkgconfig;
             C:\Program Files\Gtk+\lib\pkgconfig\include;
         echo %LIB% [added just for sake of completeness]:
             C:\Program Files\Gtk+\lib;
             C:\Program Files (x86)\Gtk+\lib

On 2/5/2011 12:31 PM, aditya siram wrote:
> Why do you have Gtk+ in two folders? Did you somehow install it twice?
> Also what's in the following environment variable:
> -deech
> On Sat, Feb 5, 2011 at 11:15 AM, Patrick Lynch<kmandpjlynch at verizon.net>  wrote:
>> Good afternoon:
>>      Step 1 ['cabal install gtk2hs-buildtools'] ran successfully.
>>      This is what 'echo %lib%' gives:
>>              C:\Users\User>echo %lib%
>>              C:\Program Files\Gtk+\lib;C:\Program Files (x86)\Gtk+\lib
>>        This is what pkg-config --modversion gtk+-2.0 gives:
>>              C:\Users\User>pkg-config --modversion gtk+-2.0
>>              2.16.2
>> Thanks again
>> On 2/5/2011 11:59 AM, Tim Baumgartner wrote:
>> Hi Patrick,
>> 2011/2/5 Patrick Lynch<kmandpjlynch at verizon.net>
>>> This is what I did so far:
>>>    1. I followed your wiki
>>>    2. I opened Command window and entered the command: cabal install gtk
>>>    3. It returned the error messages:
>>>            * Missing C libraries: z, cairo
>>>            * Missing C libraries: gobject-2.0, glib-2.0, intl
>>>    4. I then ran the command: cabal install gtk
>>> --extra-include-dirs="c:/Program Files/Gtk+/include"
>>> --extra-lib-dirs="c:/Program Files/Gtk+/include"
>>>        This returned the same error messages as indicated in step 3 above.
>> Step 1 should already include step 2, so I better ask if gtk2hs-buildtools
>> installed successfully?
>> If the compiler misses some libraries, it will never help to add more
>> include folders, because they only contain header files, not lib files. For
>> missing include files, you get a different error message. For libraries, you
>> have to set up the LIB environment variable properly. It must include the
>> lib folder with Gtk+. Could you show us the result of
>> echo %LIB%
>> at the prompt? The ouput of
>> pkg-config --modversion gtk+-2.0
>> might indicate an error as well. By the way, the environment variables at
>> the command prompt should the sum of those made globally and those made for
>> the current user.
>> Good luck
>> Tim
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