Re: cross compiling GTK+ on Linux for Windows

2010/6/16 Krzysztof Kosiński <tweenk pl gmail com>:
> 2010/6/14 Tor Lillqvist <tml iki fi>:
>> For anybody new looking into it, I certainly recommend using
>> cross-compilation. Have a look at the spec files for the
>> cross-compiled GTK+ stack (and much more) for Windows in the OpenSUSE
>> Build Service. See
>> for the source RPMS, and sibling directories for "noarch" RPMs
>> containing in fact Windows binaries. My plan is that eventually the
>> Windows binaries offered from / will come
>> from the OpenSUSE Build Service projects.
> Is there any "sanctioned" way of doing this on Debian?

I do this on Debian using the set of mingw32* packages. They don't
include a pre-compiled gtk stack, but Tor's zips work well for me. I
use nsis (also in Debian) to automatically generate a .exe installer
as well.


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