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In the process of building one library (Webdriver) I got the following error:

Package ibus-1.0 was not found in the pkg-config search path.
Perhaps you should add the directory containing `ibus-1.0.pc'
to the PKG_CONFIG_PATH environment variable
No package 'ibus-1.0' found

It seems to be because of the following line in source code of Webdriver:

pkg-config ibus-1.0 --libs

that produces the same output when I run it.

So I installed ibus using installation instructions from its website:

sudo apt-get install ibus ibus-clutter ibus-gtk ibus-gtk3 ibus-qt4

But I still get the same output after invoking pkg-config ibus-1.0 --libs. Should I install ibus 1.0 to build that library? If yes, where can I find it? It doesn't seem to be present in ibus's downloads list?

My OS is Ubuntu 13.04

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If you need it for a build, then you need the #include headers as well. These, and the pkgconfig files, are not in the normal packages because they don't serve any purpose outside of compiling. Instead, they are included in seperate -dev packages which you can install if you want to build something which must be compiled against whatever library.

It looks to me (on Debian) like the package you want is libibus-1.0-dev.

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