GTK+OSX is only an alpha release, therefore not every function that you would find in the linux version has been implemented as of yet. I would think that accounts for the first error. In terms of solutions to it, the only advice I was given was to actually write the function for GTK+OSX or change your own code. You can usually confirm that the function is not implemented by doing a 'grep' of it's name in the frameworks directory(s).
The second error looks like the default font is not installed on your computer. I don't know where you change this, so perhaps you can either try and find where the font is specified, or try installing the font on your computer.
On 26 Oct 2006, at 15:27, Guillaume Mahieux-Sudre wrote:
I've installed GTK+OSX (so, GTK, GDK & GLib) on my Mac (OSX 10.4.8) but