Been trying to install gosu for 2 hours now, failing spectacularly so far. I'm running Ubuntu 12.10
I have all dependencies installed, but it keeps complaining it can't find the right headers - fair enough, glib for instance is under /usr/include/glib-2.0/ instead of directly under /usr/include. I can live with that, just means I have to temporarily move a copy there. Only the same thing happens with a bunch of other libraries too, so I end up randomly copying libraries around which I all have to clean up later when I'm done. It would really help if there was a way to simply pass flags to the C++ compiler. If there is one already, I haven't found it.
(Ok, just noticed that the wording was a bit misleading: Of course I can install gosu. It's just that there's a lot of unnecessary busywork involved).
Yes, I use Ruby 2.0. And damn, I never even considered that might be the issue.
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