[SOLVED] gtk.glade in Ubuntu
it's probably me, but each time i read in Python related software the word 'easy' i get nervous. I am trying to install something - can't figure out how or what it should be - to repair the message
'ImportError: No module named glade' popping up when i try to start the program 'meld'.
I have two python versions (2.4 and 2.5). There are a number of eggs around, site-packages and all kinds of other magic, but after the Ubuntu meld install i get this 'no glade' message. I have tried a lot of things, like changing the standard python (from 2.4 to 2.5), install pygtk through easy_install (which wasn't easy, despite the reassuring program title), find something akin to glade in eggs on pypi but to no avail.
I have used apt-get install python-gtk2 python-glade2
Even that doesn't help.
Which magic incantation should i use to be able to import gtk.glade in python 2.5 or python 2.4 prompts?
Thank you for helping me out!
Re: [SOLVED] gtk.glade in Ubuntu
Thanks a lot for this post,
I was trying to install linphone from source on ubuntu intrepid, which eventually lead me to install libglade,
I was stuck with the same error,
As per your post I tried libglade2.6.3 and it worked.
glade-private.h:33: error: expected specifier-qualifier-list before 'GtkTooltips'
Thanks a lot.