gtk-redshift: "No module named glib"

Bug #508239 reported by drfloob
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Redshift
Undecided
Jon Lund Steffensen

Bug Description

I'm running debian stable (lenny) with python 2.5.2, and I've installed redshift from source. I didn't find any dependencies listed, so I installed what I had to for ./configure to work. (FYI, I installed the `libxxf86vm-dev` package).

Anyhow, when running gtk-redshift, it does not start, and the error output is:

Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "./gtk-redshift", line 27, in <module>
    import gtk, glib
ImportError: No module named glib

redshift works fine, otherwise!

Revision history for this message
Jon Lund Steffensen (jonls) wrote :

I guess you need pygtk. The package is called python-gtk2 in debian (and ubuntu). I'll add some information on dependencies in the README. I'm not sure whether there should be a check in the configure script for pygtk since it is not required to build the package, it is only required later.

Changed in redshift:
status: New → In Progress
Changed in redshift:
assignee: nobody → Jon Lund Steffensen (jonls)
status: In Progress → Fix Committed
Changed in redshift:
milestone: none → 1.2
Changed in redshift:
status: Fix Committed → Fix Released
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