Uncontrollable factors. I work for a government defense contractor that has very strict security guidelines. They're about to green light RHEL 7 pretty soon though so I'll upgrade first chance I get. Hopefully then I won't have to hack geany source code to get it to compile!

On Wed, Dec 7, 2016 at 7:18 PM, Matthew Brush <mbrush@codebrainz.ca> wrote:
On 2016-12-07 08:38 AM, Asif Aaron Amin wrote:
I tried disabling all docs with this configure command:

./configure --prefix=$TRIXDIR --exec-prefix=$TRIXDIR --enable-the-force
--enable-html-docs=no --enable-pdf-docs=no --enable-api-docs=no

I got less warnings but I still get the GLib-GObject-CRITICAL errors
whenever I click on anything. Main functionality seem to be working very
well however so the errors are a small price to pay for successfully
hacking version 1.29 on my RHEL 6 OS.

Just out of my own curiosity, do you use RHEL 6 by choice or due to uncontrollable factors such as being mandated by your employer?

Matthew Brush

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