Re: Good view on windows
- From: Tim Corio <tcorio rochester rr com>
- To: Adam Chrapkowski <adam chrapkowski gmail com>, gtk-app-devel-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: Good view on windows
- Date: Tue, 25 May 2010 12:59:12 -0400
I distribute my application using Inno Setup to create an installation
executable. That executable delivers the GTK libraries that the
application needs. The application is compiled on a Windows machine.
All GTK related code works fine in both Linux and Windows, but there are
a few other areas (not related to GTK) that require and #ifdef block to
build for the appropriate platform.
See the code from Image Compare for an example:
http://sourceforge.net/projects/imagecomp/files/ . The README file
describes briefly how to build on both Linux and Windows.
For my application those libraries include:
On Tue, 2010-05-25 at 17:20 +0200, Adam Chrapkowski wrote:
I have written a GTK+ based application and I need to redistribute it on
Windows (I'm Ubuntu user). Is it possible to run the application on
Windows without installing GTK+ redistributable package? I guess yes.
And the second one. Is it possible to use GTK+ themes by the same way,
without installing anything (application must looks fine)? Additional
libraries which are needed are GStreammr, XMLLib2 and MySQL client. The
best way will be an installer which check is the following libraries
already installed and if not then it would download it and install. It
is very important to me that the application installation will be most
easy for naive end-user. Do you know any installer generator which can
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