[Glade-users] building glade output with g++

What version of Glade are you running.  I don't know much about g++, but 
in the change log for Version 0.5.11 it claims to have updated some 
problems with G++.


    * *Version 0.5.11 (Oct 1 2000)*
          * Added workaround for SEGV bug in GnomeMessageBox in
            gnome-libs 1.2.3.
          * A few changes in the generated code to keep g++ happy.
          * Added gtk_widget_grab_focus() and
            gtk_widget_activate_default() to the lists of standard
            signal handlers.
          * Changed the widget tree view so it automatically expands to
            show selected widgets.
          * Updates to Russian, Swedish, French, Korean and Japanese

freddy linuxfreemail com wrote:

      I am trying to build a project (with a glade interface).  The project was built when glade-- was not 
supporting a lot of widgets we were using so we were outputting regular c code, compiling everything with 
the g++ compiler, linking and we were all happy ;)

      However, we have just upgraded to RH 7.1 with the 2.96 compiler.  Up to the 2.95 compiler, we could 
(with the -pedantic option) get everything to compile with a few warnings to interface.c.

      Now, with 2.96, warnings have become errors.  Is there a way to get the file to compile ?  Since many 
of the callbacks we use require access to libraries (C++) we can't just build the whole thing with gcc.

      I would really appreciate if anyone has any idea on how to use g++ to make interface.c compile 
correctly.  Thanks in advance !

Francis Gauthier,
System Analyst
Info-electronics systems

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