Re: Outdated win32 bundle


On 19 June 2015 at 09:19, Nicola Fontana <ntd entidi it> wrote:
Il Fri, 19 Jun 2015 00:24:31 +0100 Emmanuele Bassi <ebassi gmail com> scrisse:

as Daniel pointed out,
cross-compiling the introspection data is currently not possible

Hi Emmanuele,

with the current code base it is not possible but I managed to
crossbuild gobject-introspection months ago with only few

I also have an installer with Lua bindings (based on gi) that
seems to work, at least on wine. The approach is far from straight
but I was honestly expecting much more feedback though.

Sadly, it's a niche of a niche.

Since you have commits on a GitHub branch, care to attach them to
Bugzilla, so at least they don't get lost and somebody can review
them? That would already help.

Using Wine to cross-compile is not a huge stretch; is a bug about using
qemu to cross-compile on ARM. I guess we could find a way to make it
easier to spawn an environment that builds the introspection data, and
solve both issues.

There are other issues about portability, though, especially related
to per-platform constants and functions; the introspection scanner
will currently drop re-defined symbols — see bug:

My main problem is I am on that code only when I need it, i.e.
a fistful of times per year. I cannot be of much help here.

So, let's try and get to something actionable. Can somebody try and
set up a CI for GTK that either cross-compiles GTK or compiles it

AFAIK Fedora already has something similar for their fedora-mingw
port. Are you aware of that or am I missing something?

I'm well aware of the Fedora packages — I use them myself when I need
to test cross-compilation of other projects. What I'm asking is
creating a CI environment with them that picks up changes from the Git
repository and builds GTK with the Windows backend enabled.


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