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gabber 0.8.7-2
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There are some problems when trying to compile Gabber on FreeBSD.
Thats why I write down a little step-by-step instruction to compile
and install. This is for Gabber 0.6.x and FreeBSD 4.0+

1. Install the necessary libs (this list is by no means complete -
   its just what I needed to add to my system)
   /usr/ports/devel/libglade
   /usr/ports/devel/libsigc++
   /usr/ports/deve/gmake
   with "make install"

   /usr/ports/x11-toolkits/gtk--

   here you should change the Makefile
   CONFIGURE_ARGS= --enable-static=yes
   #               --without-gnome

   (dont know if you really need this because gnomemm should be
   installed anyway)
   then "make install"
   after that
   "cp /usr/ports/x11-toolkits/gtk--/work/gtkmm-1.2.0/gtk--.m4 \
   /usr/local/share/aclocal"

2. download gnomemm from sourceforge and untar the sources
   "configure --prefix=/usr/X11R6"
   "gmake install"
   "ldconfig -m /usr/X11R6/lib"
   
3. get the gabber sources via cvs (instructions on their site)
   (taken from README.FreeBSD)
   First off, you need to:
   export GNOME_LIBCONFIG_PATH="/usr/lib:/usr/local/lib"

   You then need to edit the following files, making the changes listed:
   jabberoo/src/sha.c: #include <endian.h> should be 
   #include    <machine/endian.h

   jabberoo/test/Makefile.am: -ldl should be -lc

   After doing the above, run "./autogen.sh --prefix=/usr/local".
   Then gmake install.