I’m running Debian Sid (unstable) 32bit.
Whenever I tried to run Anjuta 2.26.2 I got the error:
From the #anjuta chat room on irc.gnome.org I found out that the issue related to libgda-4.0 being required. I found further discussion related to that library at: http://mail.gnome.org/archives/desktop-devel-list/2008-April/msg00084.html.
I downloaded the libgda-4.0 source from http://ftp.acc.umu.se/pub/GNOME/sources/libgda/4.0/.
When I compiled it, the libraries where dropped into /usr/local/lib. I tried running Anjuta and it didn’t find the libraries. Since most libraries on my system are in /usr/lib, I recompiled libgda-4.0 with ./config –prefix=/usr, which caused the libraries to be dropped in the /usr/lib directory on install.
make clean ./configure --prefix=/usr make sudo make install
That was successful in building and installing libgda-4.0.
However, Anjuta still presents the same error when run.
I then downloaded the Anjuta source using:
apt-get source anjuta apt-get build-dep anjuta
This didn’t install anything else, possibly I’d run it on another day as I’ve been messing with this problem for a week or so.
In any case, when compiling Anjuta I found that the build-deps did not include all the dependencies. I had to install the following packages:
sudo aptitude install libgsasl7-dev libneon27-gnutls-dev libserf-0-0-dev libserf-0-0-dbg
After installing these extra dependencies, the Anjuta build was successful, leaving the new executable in /usr/local/bin/anjuta.
Running this version, all is good 🙂