Build Spice-Gtk-0.6 (GTK2&GTK3) on Ubuntu 11.10 (Oneiric)

Package spice-gtk-0.6 has been rebuilt on Natty to support gobject-introspection.Notice, that it was GTK2 build. Only GTK2 build creates SpiceClientGtk.so,which allows you to open Spice Console via virt-manager. Fedora 16 (rawhide) does two parallel builds GTK2 and GTK3. Analysis of spice-gtk-0.6-1.fc16.src.rpm clearly shows how packages are supposed to be created separating directories with GTK2 and GTK3 shared libraries. Actually, spice-gtk.spec works as a sample to create debian’s package.install files, providing an option reproduce exactly the same file layout on Ubuntu 11.10 as it is on F16 (rawhide) after install package spice-gtk-0.6-1.
Just SpiceClientGtk.so allows to run installs with video mode “vga” and spice sessions in “qxl” video mode with created domains via virt-manager.
View PPA Spice-Gtk-0.6 on Ubuntu 11.04 and Ubuntu 11.10 for details :-
Build with GTK2 : spice-gtk-0.6-9ubuntu15
Built packages
libspice-client Spice GTK+ Library
libspice-client-dev Spice GTK+ Library (development files)
Build with GTK3 : spice-gtk3-0.6-3ubuntu9
Built packages
libspicegtk3-client Spice GTK+ Library
libspicegtk3-client-dev Spice GTK+ Library (development files)
spicegtk3-client Virtual Desktop Interface Client using the Spice Protocol
Build spice-gtk3-0.6-3ubuntu9 depends on libspice-client. Both builds have been done for Oneiric and tested to install (with no conflicts) via Synaptic Manager and to work on daily builds 06/24/11 and 06/29/11 . Qemu-kvm build (spice enabled) was based on git clone git://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/virt/kvm/qemu-kvm.git as of 06/23/11.

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