[OS X TeX] Re: Leopard, MacTeX2007 and gv
Eric van der Oord
eric.vanderoord at free.fr
Sat Jun 28 03:29:34 EDT 2008
I get he following message :
configure: error: Unable to find a valid Xaw3d library. Please
install it and rerun configure.
Of course I installed Xaw3d wih i-installer before.
I guess there is some path problem...
Le 28 juin 08 à 01:23, Rob Rye a écrit :
> Hi Eric,
> No need to say goodbye to gv:
> GNU is maintaining gv and their source appears to install fine on my
> The following procedure worked fine for me on a PPC machine running
> Leopard 10.5.3
> 1. Install Xaw3d using i-Installer
> 2. Download source for gv from gnu at http://www.gnu.org/software/gv/
> 3. Open a terminal window and go to your downloads folder
> 4. tar -xvzf gv-3.6.4.tar.gz
> 5. cd gv-3.6.4
> 6. ./configure
> 7. make
> 8. sudo make install
> gv should now be available. Just call it from /usr/local/bin/gv
> (unless you told configure to put it somewhere else)
> If you try steps 2-8 without installing Xaw3d (or re-installing it
> as the case may be) gv will not configure properly and make is not
> available. However, Gerben's version of Xaw3d is precisely what I
> configured gv against...
> I have had no troubles with my installation of gv after following
> this procedure, though I grant I don't use it a lot.
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