Re: Anjuta C++ Project problems
On Mon, 31 Jan 2005 20:01:39 +0000
TreeBoy <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Monday 31 Jan 2005 15:52, Micha Feigin wrote:
> > > I've now added gtkmm-2.0 and gnomeuimm-2.0 which gets rid of most the
> > > symbols problems but I cannot find out which library contains
> > > "Gnome::Bonobo::wrap_init()"
> > That would probably be one of the libbonobo libraries. I think that its
> > libbonobommui or something similar.
> > > Is there a tool that I can use on my machine that will show me which
> > > library contains such a thing, or is there a website ?
> > There's nm (-D options looks nice for libraries) and objdump that can give
> > you quite a lot of info. grep will catch the symbols most of the time. You
> > could also grep the headers and find the package from which they came (dpkg
> > -S) and match the library that way.
> > Also look for a good language reference, they should include the matching
> > libraries and headers.
> > > I should really like something like "ldconfig -p" but which shows the
> > > public functions....
> > >
> > > Thanks again for your kind assistance.
> > >
> > > Regards,
> > > TreeBoy
> > >
> > >
> Thanks yet again!
> I should have admitted that I tried all of the various *bonobo* libraries I
> could and didn't get a result.
> Now that you've introduced me to the "nm" tool - I shall go away and try and
> post the results if/when I find the relevant library.
> I presume that it must be here, because the "Gnome::Bonobo" class seems like
> it might be kind of important (just guessing by the name).
I would start with libbonobouimm-2.0 and libbonobomm-2.0, they matched for
packages with the name bonobo and have wrap_init.h.
> Speak soon,
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