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I think this will work. Try this. pip uninstall python==3.5.0 However, if python comes with dependencies, do not uninstall them.
From this source You can do : make clean removes any intermediate or output files from your source / build tree If you can, running make uninstall will work. The last option is you have to manually uninstall it. Running make -n install Note : You must cd the file location where you make install
So you want to contribute to (upstream) Gnome 3? I am asking, because you're posting at askUbuntu and standard Ubuntu uses some GTK+/Gnome libraries as base but doesn't ship the complete Gnome Desktop environment. Unless you are using Ubuntu Gnome. But even then, there is a difference between working on the Distribution and working on the "upstream" ...
You can get the build requirements for the Ubuntu version of Evolution with a simple: sudo apt-get build-dep evolution If the requirements have changed since then, you might have to manually fulfil some dependencies.
You have : No package 'gio-2.0' found Package gio is included in libgio2.0-cil-dev. Install it by running : sudo apt-get install libgio2.0-cil-dev
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