Re: updated gtk2 2.24.28 and gtk3 3.14.13 for win64 by tschoonj

There are no plans of bringing back the windows builds.  It's endless
pain and drains resources (time) we cannot spare.


On Tue, Jul 28, 2015 at 6:26 PM, Stefan Pauly <paulystefan web de> wrote:
Hello great gnumeric developers,

see  updated GTK2 and GTK3 win64 Versions at

For win64 new gtk2 is 2.24.28 is now new version, previous was 2.24.10.
2.24.28 is also last in linux.
For win64 new gtk3 is 3.14.13 is now new version, previous was 3.14.7.
3.14.13 was actual at compiling date.

Official gnome versions for win32 is 2.24.10 and 3.6.4 with some errors
Official gnome versions for win64 is 2.22.1  and 3.6.4 with more than some

So a new windows trial of gnumeric is better possible. Please check.

I hope we can see  win64-Versions of Gnumeric for gtk2 1.10.1x or gtk3
1.12.1x for Windows this year.

Best greetings

txt at

GTK+ for Windows Runtime Environment Installer: 64-bit

This repository is a fork of the GTK+ for Windows Runtime Environment
Installer that was originally created by Alexander Shaduri. My efforts here
will focus on creating a 64-bit version of the GTK+-2 runtime that he has
been providing so far, using up to date versions of GTK+ and its
dependencies. Recently I have also created a 64-bit GTK+-3 runtime package.
All packages now contain Gtkmm and its dependencies too. Since the GTK+
developers recently dropped support for stock icons (a mistake of epic
proportions IMHO...), I added the Adwaita icon theme to the GTK+-3 runtime,
so you can still enjoy pretty filechooserdialogs etc! I have also added a
couple of commonly used libraries such as libxml++ and libxslt.

The installers can be found here.

Keep in mind though that these packages are experimental. Binary
compatibility between versions is not guaranteed!!!.

Both for convencience as well as for increased reliability across
installations, it is recommended for developers to compile and link against
the GTK+ SDK that I used to create the installers. This SDK can also be
obtained at the aforementioned url.

The current releases (gtk2-runtime-2.24.28-2015-07-03-ts-win64.exe and
gtk3-runtime-3.14.13-2015-07-03-ts-win64.exe) have been compiled using GCC
5.1.0 (MinGW-w64 installed from TDM-GCC). The included GTK+ dependencies
were selected according to the flowchart used by Hexchat. The source
tarballs can be obtained by clicking on the names of the dependencies in the
following list:

adwaita icon theme (3.14.1)
atk (2.16.0)
atkmm (2.22.7)
cairo (1.14.2)
cairomm (1.11.2)
fontconfig (2.11.1)
freetype (2.6)
gdk-pixbuf (2.30.8)
gettext (0.19.4)
glib (2.44.1)
glibmm (2.44.0)
gtk2 (2.24.28)
gtk3 (3.14.13)
gtkmm2 (2.24.4)
gtkmm3 (3.14.0)
harfbuzz (0.9.41)
hicolor-icon-theme (0.15)
icon-naming-utils (0.8.90)
intltool (0.51.0)
json-glib (1.0.4)
libffi (3.2.1)
libpng (1.6.17)
libsigc++ (2.4.1)
libxml2 (2.9.2)
libxml++ (2.38.1)
libxslt (1.1.28)
pango (1.36.8)
pangomm (2.36.0)
pixman (0.32.6)
pkg-config (0.28)
win-iconv (0.0.6)
zlib (1.2.8)

For all other information regarding how to use the installer, the reader is
kindly referred to the Alexander Shaduri's website of the GTK for Windows
runtime environment installer. The only difference with the installers found
at this website is that mine DO NOT have the compatdlls option, but this
should present no problems to any user.

Personally I use this installer in my XMI-MSIM project. You may want to have
a look at my Inno Setup (new) and NSIS (old) based installers.

Tom Schoonjans

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