How to build gnome-do-plugins from source, disabling certain plugins

Asked by clayton craft

I'm trying to build gnome-do-plugins from source, without compiling certain plugins. For example, I do not care to have the banshee plugin installed (because I do not use banshee). Running ./configure fails, and running './configure --disable-banshee' or anything similiar does not disable checking for banshee.

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Chris Halse Rogers (raof) said :

Currently the build system has no way to disable certain plugins. This is planned, but is boring, fiddly, awkward autofoo work :).

If you wish, you can edit the top-level and files; remove references to Banshee and BANSHEE_INDEXER, and then run ./ That should do what you want.

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Paul Lange (palango) said :


I removed every occurence of banshee in and I still get the same error.
Maybe this helps: There is not file for me, so I run configure.

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