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  1. I tried to compile surf browser from source code but it needs gcr-3.pc although there is only gcr-base-3.pc in $PKG_CONFIG_PATH (/usr/lib/pkgconfig). I emerged webkit2-gtk, gstreamer, gtk+, gcr and all dependencies that I found but gcr-3.pc continues missing. Some days ago I've emerged surf by source code without problems, but after reinstalling Funtoo on my notebook seems that some things just don't worked anymore. For example ZSH doesn't export the path variable properly after the Funtoo updating to 1.3, so I can't use almost all programs, also I changed my default user shell to bash but seems that shopt options also doesn't work properly (e.g. shopt -s nocaseglob and shopt -s nocasematch doesn't garantee the match case, I have to type using the correct case). I tried find help searching about this surf issue, but almost all problems I saw could be corrected exporting the PKG_CONFIG_PATH or installing the gcr lib, but I already did it and it keeps don't working. I suspect that it might be some package that doesn't installs properly (I also already reemerged a lot of packages), so because it I'm posting it here. I have to say that I also tried to install surf by just emerging it and it worked fine, but I don't like to emerge suckless programs (I do install it by compiling the source code) because most of them is not in the last version on Portage (like dmenu, st, etc) and because patching a package on Portage is not so simple as patching the source code and doing "sudo make clean install". My log file when I tried to "make" surf is attached in here. log.txt
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