RE: gtk+ win32 binaries

Hello Kean,

So far I have compiled the packages I needed, which are atk, gtkdoc, glib and gtk+. I use MinGW because it builds native binaries and I think it is the natural solution. Cygwin is out of question because it also depends on the cygwin's dll. Regarding the gtk itself, I've compiled till 3.0.6 version. Please give me an insight of how I can share the binaries with you. Perhaps I can prepare binaries for gtk+2.24.1, gtk+2.24.2 and gtk+2.24.3 and send to you. I can also prepare binaries for gtk+3 if you want.

Have a good day,

Pedro Santos     

> Date: Mon, 28 Mar 2011 17:56:43 +0200
> From: kean johnston gmail com
> To: jjardon gnome org
> CC: p_daniel_santos hotmail com; gtk-devel-list gnome org
> Subject: Re: gtk+ win32 binaries
> > The former windows maintainer doesnt have time anymore [2] to do the
> > windows binaries, so any help is very welcomed
> Pedro,
> You and I should talk. I too have compiled up everything for Win32 (busy
> testing Win64 at the moment). My particular solution is a bit broader as it
> compiles everything needed to get a complete GTK+ solution, from zlib and
> gettext all the way up to GTK+. I also did it using just command files, not
> a make file in sight and absolutely no dependency on any tools other than
> Microsoft provided ones, no MinGW, no Cygwin, nothing. I also verified it
> works both with a hand-crafted MS toolchain as described in
> and
> using MSVC 2010 (professional edition, not the free one, in case that makes
> a difference). Here is what my solution compiles:
> zlib 1.2.5
> iconv 1.13.1
> gettext
> libpng 1.5.1
> giflib 4.1.6
> jpeg 8c
> libxml2 2.7.8
> libxslt 1.1.26
> fontconfig 2.8.0
> freetype 2.4.4
> expat 2.0.1
> pcre 8.12
> glib 2.28.3
> pixman 0.21.6
> cairo 1.10.2
> pango 1.28.3
> gdk-pixbuf 2.21.1
> atk 1.33.6
> gtk+ 3.0.5
> Kean

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