Add a CMake option to disable Gtk+ support

Bug #1160245 reported by Pim Vullers on 2013-03-26
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Pim Vullers

Bug Description

Support for Gtk+ is option, but is automatically enabled when Gtk+ is detected on the system. This means that Gtk+ support cannot be disabled when it is available on the system. So please add a CMake option DISABLE_GTK (defaulting to false), or something similar, which allows for overriding the autodetection used now.

This allows packagers to build packages without Gtk+ support even though Gtk+ is available on their system.

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Pim Vullers (pimvullers) wrote :

The linked branch contains the patch I made for CMakeLists.txt to disable Gtk+ auto-detection (use -DDISABLE_GTK=ON) or to force Gtk+ detection (use -DWANT_GTK=ON).

Changed in libappstore:
status: New → Confirmed
importance: Undecided → Medium
milestone: none → 0.2
assignee: nobody → Pim Vullers (pimvullers)
status: Confirmed → Fix Committed
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