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PostPosted: Tue 03 Jun 2008, 21:18    Post subject:  Python Gnome2 Desktop for Puppy 4 / Wine-Doors Project
Subject description: wine-doors project phase II
 

Thank you for the input on my Python Plus 2.5.2 bundle project this was phase one of the Wine-Doors project, there are a lot of dependencies needed to support wine-doors. If you've missed the thread you can catch up with us here.
http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?p=201955#201955

This phase of the project (phase II) I'll be focusing on Python Gnome2 Desktop, below is the list of dependencies, if you see that I have missed any of the dependencies that are all ready present in puppy 4 (DINGO) please let me know.

GNOME-PYTHON-DESKTOP 2.18.0 #

Code:
Requirements:
1. GNOME-PYTHON 2.18.2 (2.22.0) U#
   a. PYGTK 2.10.6 -- (2.12.1 built into python plus) #
   b. LIBGNOME 2.18.2 (2.22.0) U#
      I. LIBBONOBO 2.18.0 #
      II. GNOME-VFS 2.18.1 #
         1. GCONF 2.18.0.1 #
            a. ORBIT2 2.14.7 #
            b. LIBXML2 2.6.31 -- (2.6.32 built into python plus 2.5.2) #
         2. GNOME-MIME-DATA 2.4.3 #
            a. XML-PARSER 2.34 -- (2.01 built into puppy (expat)) U#
         3. LIBDBUS-GLIB 0.74 U#
   c. PYORBIT 2.14.3 -- (2.14.3 built into python plus 2.5.2) #
      I. ORBIT2 -- (see section 1b.) #
   d. LIBGNOMEUI 2.18.1 #
      I. LIBBONOBOUI 2.18.0 #
         1. LIBGNOME 2.18.2 -- (see section 1b.) #
         2. LIBGNOMECANVAS 2.18.1 -- (2.20.1.1 built into puppy) #
      II. GNOME-KEYRING 0.8.1 (2.19.2) #
      
2. GNOME-PANEL 2.18.3 (2.19.2) #
   a. GNOME-DESKTOP 2.18.3 (2.19.2) #
      I. LIBGNOMEUI -- (see section 1d.) #
      II. GNOME-DOC-UTILS 0.10.3 (0.12.2) #
         1. LIBXSLT 1.1.22 -- (built into puppy)
         2. WHICH 2.19 -- (built into puppy)
         3. XML-PARSER -- (see 2.a.II.2.a.) U#
                              a. EXPAT 2.01 -- (built into puppy)
   b. LIBWNCK 2.18.3 (2.19.2) #
      I. gtk2 -- built into puppy
      II. XML-PARSER -- (see 2.a.II.2.a.) U#
   c. gnome menus 2.18.3 -- (built into puppy)
   
3. libgnomeprint *
   a. pango -- built into puppy
   b. libart -- built into puppy
   c. popt -- built into puppy
   d. libxml2 -- built into python plus 2.5.2
   
4. libgnomeprintui
   a. libgnomecanvas -- built into puppy
   b. gnome icon theme *
      I. icon naming utils *
         1. xml simple *
      II. xml parser -- built into puppy (expat)
   c. libgnomeprint -- see section 3.
   
5. gtksourceview
   a. gtk -- built into puppy
   b. xml parser -- built into puppy (expat)
   
6. totem
   a. gnome icon theme -- see 4b.
   b. gnome desktop -- see 2a.
   c. iso codes *
      I. python 2.5.2 -- built into python plus 2.5.2
   d. gstreamer good plugins *
      I. gstreamer base plugings *
         1. gstreamer *
            a. glib -- built into puppy
            b. libxml2 -- built into python plus 2.5.2
         
7. libgtop *
   a. glib -- built into puppy
   b. popt -- built into puppy
   
8. nautilus cd burner *
   a. nautilus *
      I. eel *
         1. gnome desktop -- see 2a.
         2. gnome menues -- built into puppy
         3. gail -- built into puppy
      II. esound *
         1. audio file -- built into puppy
      III. libexif -- built into puppy
      IV. librsvg -- built into puppy
   b. hal *
      I. hal info *

9. gnome media *
   a. scroll keeper *
      I. libxslt -- built into puppy
      II. doc book xml *
         1. libxml *
         2. unzip -- built into puppy
      III. xml parser -- built into puppy (expat)
   b. esound *
   c. libgnomeui *

10. metacity *
   a. gtk -- built into puppy
   b. xml parser -- built into puppy (expat)
   
11. bug buddy *
   a. gnome desktop -- see 2a.
   b. gnome menus -- built into puppy
   c. evolution data server *
      I. libgnomeui *
      II. libsoup
         1. glib -- built into puppy
         2. libxml2 -- built into python plus 2.5.2
   d. libgtop *
   e. scroll keeper * (see 9a.)

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PostPosted: Fri 20 Jun 2008, 14:38    Post subject:  

Hey.

For compiling PyGTK properly, you also need PyGObject.

Also, good luck.. Smile



*EDIT* Sorry I didn't check out the thread link you posted...PyGObject has been taken care of. Razz
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PostPosted: Fri 20 Jun 2008, 15:41    Post subject:  

alcy wrote:
Hey.

For compiling PyGTK properly, you also need PyGObject.

Also, good luck.. Smile



*EDIT* Sorry I didn't check out the thread link you posted...PyGObject has been taken care of. Razz


Yes, it's all ready in the python bundle

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PostPosted: Fri 20 Jun 2008, 15:47    Post subject:  

Yup, I just downloaded all the .pets for the Python stuff. Had been trying to compile the sources for a whole day ! I had almost given up. Thanks for those .pets (and also the instructions for compiling the python packages from source (the thread in on the Wolf Pup forums ).
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PostPosted: Fri 20 Jun 2008, 16:11    Post subject:  

alcy wrote:
Yup, I just downloaded all the .pets for the Python stuff. Had been trying to compile the sources for a whole day ! I had almost given up. Thanks for those .pets (and also the instructions for compiling the python packages from source (the thread in on the Wolf Pup forums ).


I'm glad you found the post useful. Smile

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