[Glade-users] Glade support !

On Tue, Dec 4, 2012 at 4:12 PM, Igor Chetverovod <chetverovod at gmail.com> wrote:
Hi Juan Pablo,
I am using Glade 3.6.1  for  win32 since 2009. It works quite stable, I like it.

   I think Juan was referring specifically to the newer builds, and the builds
he apparently recently produced using Dieter's scripts.

Note that the stability/usability of Glade on windows doesn't only depend on
the source code... it depends on... how well you can compile things
on windows ;-)

Would you care to try the recent binaries that Juan just produced
and let us know if you find problems ?

Also Juan, I think we need to update the website... we're still
pointing to binaries from 2009.


Best regards,

2012/12/4, Juan Pablo Ugarte <juanpablougarte at gmail.com>:
On Mon, 2012-12-03 at 16:11 +0900, Tristan Van Berkom wrote:
On Mon, Dec 3, 2012 at 3:57 PM, Igor Chetverovod <chetverovod at gmail.com>
Hi Tristan,

I am using Glade for win32.
as far as I know, last win32 version of Glade was made in 2009.  So,
it does not support completely latest CTK+2.xx and GTK+3.xx.
Tristan,  could you please clarify,  when we can use  more actual
win32 version of Glade ?

As far as I know, Glade still builds on win32, Glade 3.8 and even I think
Glade for GTK+3 (more recent builds) also build, for GTK+3 if I recall
correctly, we still dont have access to the python plugin.

Yes it does! at least you can cross compile it using mingw.

So I decided to back port the build script to 3.8 and made a new
release. I also uploaded binaries for glade 3.14.

Please note that I never actually used glade on windows other than for a
few minutes so I have no idea on how stable it is!


Juan Pablo

More information about cross compiling glade in this post

Windows Binaries:

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