For what it's worth, your gnome-5250 files compiled and ran on my
Red Hat 9 box. I believe it uses GTK2.2. (However, after adding
a symlink, the old gnome-5250 ran on my RH9 box as well. Maybe RH9
has some older GTK packages for backward compatibility?)

Thanks,
Brian Finn

On Tue, 2003-09-16 at 23:10, James Rich wrote:
> I've got together a tarball that contains the stuff needed to compile 
> gtk-5250 on recent versions of gtk.  Since my machine is pretty recent, 
> the existing gtk-5250 stuff didn't work for me.  My changes work, but 
> there are color problems.  The problem is that gdk_color_context_* 
> functions are gone in recent versions of gtk.  So I rewrote it using 
> gdk_rgb_* functions instead.  Performance seems to suck, though.  I 
> didn't make a Makefile for it, since I don't know autoconf.  Instead I 
> put together a little script that compiles it for you.  This is required 
> since new gtk uses pkgconfig, which current gnome-5250 doesn't have.  I 
> made some other changes that may or may not be needed, but I don't 
> remember now (it's been a long night of reading/hacking).  Get the 
> tarball at:
> 
> http://www.chowhouse.com/~james/gnome-5250.tar.bz2
> 
> Someone with new gtk please try this out.  If you know gtk+-2.0 better 
> than me maybe you can fix the color issue.
> 
> James Rich




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