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No package 'dbus-sharp-glib-1.0' found

Tim B.
Hi,

i asked in the IRC already and i googled for that issue but i dont't get
it to work:
sh \autogen.sh

Ends with
No package 'dbus-sharp-glib-1.0' found.

$ pkg-config --modversion dbus-sharp-glib-2.0 0.6.0

I think autogen tries to find dbus-sharp-glib in the "old" folder.


Does anybody know a simple "clean" solution for that ?

Greets,
TimBo

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Re: No package 'dbus-sharp-glib-1.0' found

Nicholas Little

If you have dbus-sharp-0.8 or later too then Bertrand's patch may help:

https://bugzilla.gnome.org/attachment.cgi?id=278590

On 10 Mar 2015 18:23, "Tim B." <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi,

i asked in the IRC already and i googled for that issue but i dont't get
it to work:
sh \autogen.sh

Ends with
No package 'dbus-sharp-glib-1.0' found.

$ pkg-config --modversion dbus-sharp-glib-2.0 0.6.0

I think autogen tries to find dbus-sharp-glib in the "old" folder.


Does anybody know a simple "clean" solution for that ?

Greets,
TimBo

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Re: No package 'dbus-sharp-glib-1.0' found

Tim B.
Thank you very much.

It seems that could be resolve my issue. But how can i use that? Do i
have to copy everything on my own?

Banshee should be buildable with 0.6 Version of dbus-sharp-glib. Or is
that not possible?

Am 10.03.2015 um 19:55 schrieb Nicholas Little:

> If you have dbus-sharp-0.8 or later too then Bertrand's patch may help:
>
> https://bugzilla.gnome.org/attachment.cgi?id=278590
> On 10 Mar 2015 18:23, "Tim B." <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
>> Hi,
>>
>> i asked in the IRC already and i googled for that issue but i dont't get
>> it to work:
>> sh \autogen.sh
>>
>> Ends with
>> No package 'dbus-sharp-glib-1.0' found.
>>
>> $ pkg-config --modversion dbus-sharp-glib-2.0 0.6.0
>>
>> I think autogen tries to find dbus-sharp-glib in the "old" folder.
>>
>>
>> Does anybody know a simple "clean" solution for that ?
>>
>> Greets,
>> TimBo
>>
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>>
>
>
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Re: No package 'dbus-sharp-glib-1.0' found

Nicholas Little


On 10 Mar 2015 19:18, "Tim B." <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> Thank you very much.
>
> It seems that could be resolve my issue. But how can i use that? Do i
> have to copy everything on my own?
>

No, you use the 'patch' command ;-)

Or, if you obtained your source via git then 'git apply' should do it.

> Banshee should be buildable with 0.6 Version of dbus-sharp-glib. Or is
> that not possible?

yes, it is-the patch does just that. There weren't many API changes between 1.0 (version 0.5) and 2.0 (version 0.6)

> Am 10.03.2015 um 19:55 schrieb Nicholas Little:
> > If you have dbus-sharp-0.8 or later too then Bertrand's patch may help:
> >
> > https://bugzilla.gnome.org/attachment.cgi?id=278590
> > On 10 Mar 2015 18:23, "Tim B." <[hidden email]> wrote:
> >
> >> Hi,
> >>
> >> i asked in the IRC already and i googled for that issue but i dont't get
> >> it to work:
> >> sh \autogen.sh
> >>
> >> Ends with
> >> No package 'dbus-sharp-glib-1.0' found.
> >>
> >> $ pkg-config --modversion dbus-sharp-glib-2.0 0.6.0
> >>
> >> I think autogen tries to find dbus-sharp-glib in the "old" folder.
> >>
> >>
> >> Does anybody know a simple "clean" solution for that ?
> >>
> >> Greets,
> >> TimBo
> >>
> >> _______________________________________________
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> >> https://mail.gnome.org/mailman/listinfo/banshee-list  (unsubscribe here)
> >>
> >
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Re: No package 'dbus-sharp-glib-1.0' found

Tim B.
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I got autogen.sh to work with that patch from below. :)


but now there is a new issue:

                Gtk.Application.Quit ();
The type 'GLib.Application' is defined in an assembly that is not
referenced. Consider adding a reference to assembly 'gio-sharp' Version
3.0.0.0

But ./autogen.sh prints sth. like
    GIO Backend:           yes (gio-sharp >= 2.99)


$ pkg-config --modversion gio-sharp-2.0
2.22.3



Btw:
if i comment this line out, i can build banshee, but i can't play music
and i can't see the left menu.


########################

banshee-2.9.2

  Build Environment
    Install Prefix:        /usr/local
    Datadir:               /usr/local/share
    Libdir:                /usr/local/lib

    C Compiler:            /bin/sh
/home/tim/Projects/GNOME/banshee/build/m4/shave/shave cc gcc
    Mono C# Compiler:      /bin/sh
/home/tim/Projects/GNOME/banshee/build/m4/shave/shave mcs /usr/bin/dmcs
 -langversion:3
    Mono Runtime:          /usr/bin/mono
    Gtk#:                  2.99.4

  Media/Graphics:
    GStreamer# backend:    yes
    GStreamer C backend:   no
    Clutter:

  Operating System/Desktop Environment:
    GNOME Support:         yes
    OSX Support:           no

  Digital Audio Player (DAP) Support:
    Apple Device:          yes (libgpod-sharp)
    Karma:                 no
    Mass Storage:          yes
    MTP:                   yes

  Extra Features:
    Web Browser:           yes (webkitgtk-3.0 >= 1.2.2, libsoup-2.4 >= 2.42)
    DAAP:                  yes
    GIO Backend:           yes (gio-sharp >= 2.99)
    GIO Hardware:          yes (gudev-sharp >= 3.0)
    YouTube:               yes (gdata-sharp >= 1.4)
    Sound Menu:            no
    Ubuntu One Store:      no (ubuntuone-sharp >= 0.9.2)
    UPnP:                  yes (mono-upnp >= 0.1)
    Boo Scripting:         no (boo >= 0.8.1)

  Build/Development:
    Unit Tests:            no (nunit >= 2.5)
    API Docs:              yes (monodocer and mdassembler)
    User Help:             no (gnome-doc-utils >= 0.17.3)
    Release Build:         no
    Vendor Build ID:       git-checkout





Thanks and Greets,
Tim







Am 10.03.2015 um 19:24 schrieb Tim B.:

> Hi,
>
> i asked in the IRC already and i googled for that issue but i dont't get
> it to work:
> sh \autogen.sh
>
> Ends with
> No package 'dbus-sharp-glib-1.0' found.
>
> $ pkg-config --modversion dbus-sharp-glib-2.0 0.6.0
>
> I think autogen tries to find dbus-sharp-glib in the "old" folder.
>
>
> Does anybody know a simple "clean" solution for that ?
>
> Greets,
> TimBo
>
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