Duke,Usually this is because 'ffi.h' itself refers to other headerfiles which cannot be found. For this reason you need to to export the environment variable CPPFLAGS before running 'configure'.
export CPPFLAGS=-I/usr/include/ffiPlease note the '-I' just before the path! Please crosscheck that 'ffi.h' can find all the files it refers to.
BR, peter Quoting Duke Normandin <dukeofperl@xxxxxxx>:
I don't know why I chose the source code rather than the package? Must be blind in one eye; and can't see out of the other! ;-) Thanks! The package installed flawlessly. BTW, IYO, why is "configure" choking? I _hate_ not being able to build a package from scratch. -- duke On Tue, 8 Jun 2010, Peter van Eerten wrote:Hi Duke, Why bother to compile? There is a MacOSX installer with precompiled binaries which you can use right away. Please download http://downloads.sourceforge.net/gtk-server/GTK-server-2.3.1-sr.pkg and you can use GTK-server immediately. BR, Peter Quoting Duke Normandin <dukeofperl@xxxxxxx>: > Hey List! > > I've DLed gtk-server source > > I've read MacOSX.hints > > I have "libffi" or "ffilib" or whatever, on my system > > I've been a good boy and have done the > > export CPPFLAGS thing > > _still_ "configure" chokes with a message saying that it can't find > "ffi.h" > > dnormandin@ ~ > 06:51 am >> ls /usr/include/ffi/ > ffi.h fficonfig.h ppc-darwin.h x86-ffitarget.h > ffi_common.h ffitarget.h ppc-ffitarget.h > > I need a clue, please. TIA...