Re: Outdated win32 bundle

I plan starting with 3.16, but got no response so far regarding my
request to access the build system.

Nothing to add to what Emmanuele stated, except that the the build machine is a RHEL6 x86_64 system (maybe upgradable to RHEL7, have no clue) and you can take that as a basis to create the CI system on one of your computers or VMs.
Tarnyko Emmanuele Bassi writes:
On 8 June 2015 at 19:02, Bálint Réczey <balint balintreczey hu> wrote:
Hi Daniel,
2015-06-07 16:57 GMT+02:00 Daniel Espinosa <esodan gmail com>:
Please use at least Gtk+ 3.14.9 because it fixes a bug on GtkFileChooser to
access Desktop directory.
I plan starting with 3.16, but got no response so far regarding my
request to access the build system.

Likely because you're using gtk-list@, which nobody in the GTK team
follows (except, I think, me). Thanks for your offer of taking over the build on Windows.
The current stance of everyone involved in the Windows backend for
GLib and GTK+ is to stop advertising binary builds for Windows — as we
don't do that for any other platform, and nobody sticks around long
enough to keep doing that or to set up a continuous integration build
for GTK.
Developers using the G* core platform libraries on Windows are
strongly encouraged to use the MSYS2 distribution:
This will provide you with pre-built packages that are known to work
and maintained. It also allows you to build your own packages on top
of it, and create an installer from the result.
What the GTK team would love, on the other hand, is somebody putting
the effort in setting up and maintaining a continuous integration
service — similar to — for Windows builds.
This way we would be able to catch build regressions after every
commit, without relying on the application developers to file bugs.
If you want to coordinate this effort, you can use the gtk-devel-list
mailing list, and possibly join IRC to talk with the GTK developers
and the system administrators, in order to get a CI build
going on the servers.
El jun 7, 2015 6:23 AM, "Balint Reczey" <balint balintreczey hu> escribió:

On 01/20/2015 05:11 PM, Tarnyko wrote:
> Hi,
> I have an access to the "" machine, but it uses my
> private SSH key. I guess you have to ask for access for another
> account/key.
> It is more a question of whether you, or anyone interested in this
> discussion, feels able to maintain the bundle (I mean, for more than a
> few releases) and keep presence on IRC and the mailing lists to answer
> requests
I gave it some thought and I would like to give a try to maintaining the
official Win32/64 bundle to make it usable for Wireshark and others.
If you accept my help to whom should I have to send my public ssh key?
I'm already maintaining Wireshark and other packages in Debian and
probably I won't mess up the server. :-)
Balint PS: I'm not an IRC guy but I read act on emails.
> Regards,
> Tarnyko
> Bálint Réczey writes:
>> Hi Anatoly,
>> 2015-01-17 9:11 GMT+01:00 anatoly techtonik <techtonik gmail com>:
>>> On Mon, Jan 12, 2015 at 4:22 PM, Gian Mario Tagliaretti
>>> <g tagliaretti gmail com> wrote:
>>>> On 3 January 2015 at 21:06, anatoly techtonik <techtonik gmail com>
>>>> wrote:
>>>>> Win32 download page at lists
>>>>> GTK+ 3.6.4 as the current maintained version, but
>>>>> also lists 3.8.2 and 3.10.4 as
>>>>> available. Is that intentional?
>>>> you can also use MSYS2 [1] to have the latest GTK+ and a lot more
>>>> goodies, currently 3.14.6 [2]
>>>> [1]
>>>> [2]
>>> Thanks for the pointers. I am more concerned with that most people on
>>> Windows use outdated Gtk+ version, rather than with where is the
>>> bleeding edge. Is there something that could be fixed in build system
>>> to update Windows download pages with links to latest stable versions
>>> automatically?
>> I think this is the latest status of the Windows builds:
>> If the builds are OK, you need to convince the GTK+ devs to build them
>> on their official build system and put them online, like Tanyko did.
>> Cheers,
>> Balint
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