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Posted by:dragorn
Subject:WiSpy on OS X Panther 10.3.9?
Date:19:21:00 08/11/2006

> > try adding a #include <time.h> to wispy_raw.c, just after #include <usb.h>.
> >
> > Alternately, try compiling just the gtk with 'make wispy_gtk'
> >
> > -m
> I tried both of your suggestions, but neither seemed to work.
> When I ran the ./configure, it warned me that the gtk target would not be configured. It couldn't find pkg-config or gtk-config, and concluded that gtk is not installed. So 'make wispy_gtk' returned a nice long column of errors ; )
> Thanks again for your help

Alright, so you need to fix your path for gtk to make that happy so it can be built. Not sure how you do that in fink, make sure you have gtk2?


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