William Friesenless info
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How do I install a newer version of GTK in Ubuntu without replacing the current one?
I have used the --prefix argument of autogen.sh to install glib under ~/glib, but I don't know how to compile gtk using this directory, and I assume that glib is not the only library that gtk will need a newer version of
|asked||How do I install a newer version of GTK in Ubuntu without replacing the current one?|