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ATK is an accessibility library for GNOME. Requirements: · GLib-2.0.0 or better Building: To configure ATK, run the ./confi
ATK is an accessibility library for GNOME.
GLib-2.0.0 or better
To configure ATK, run the ./configure script, then 'make'; and 'make install'. If you are installing into a location where you don't have write permission, you'll have to become root before running
General information about building ATK and related libraries can be found at:
To compile a CVS version of atk on your system, you will need to take several steps to setup the tree for compilation. You can do all these steps at once by running:
Basically this does the following for you:
cvsroot/atk# aclocal; automake; autoconf
The above commands create the "configure" script. Now you can run the configure script in cvsroot/atk to create all the Makefiles.
Before running autogen.sh or configure, make sure you have libtool in your path.
Note that autogen.sh runs configure for you. If you wish to pass options like --prefix=/usr to configure you can give those options to autogen.sh and they will be passed on to configure.
What's New in This Release:
Add missing signals to fix win32 build (Cedric Gustin, bug #355912).
New linguas: 'te' (Sunil Mohan Adapa), 'dz', 'ku' (Abel Cheung).
Implement AtkDocument signals (Neo Liu)
Update docs to include info on AtkDocument signals.
Bugfixes: #357847, #340553, #346464, #352227,
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