Re: Can't seem to get rid of the console window (Windows port)
- From: Justin Clift <justin postgresql org>
- To: Ivan Baldo <ibaldo adinet com uy>
- Cc: gtk-app-devel-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: Can't seem to get rid of the console window (Windows port)
- Date: Mon, 12 Jun 2006 13:19:51 +1000
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Ivan Baldo wrote:
AFAIK the .exe header has a flag that tells if a program is a console
or a windowed program, so I guess you should try to specify the
"-mwindows" flag on the linking process instead of the compiling one
because the linker is what generates the .exe file and has control over
it, not the compiling one; so, try to specify -mwindows when you invoke
the GCC C Linker.
Heh Heh Heh
Totally correct. Talk about me learning the hard way sometimes... :)
I can't asure you anything because I still didn't build any GTK
application for Windows but maybe my theory is right or maybe not, but
its cheap to try, right? :).
HTH, good luck!!!
P.s.: your project seems interesting!
Thanks x 2. :)
If it all comes together decently, it should make a positive difference
to making excellent Gnome/GTK application help systems, training, and
tonnes of other stuff.
Still got a ways to go however...
Regards and best wishes,
The Flame Project - Open Source GUI for animated SVG & Flash
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