Re: Using Python v3.3 while building Glib

Hi John,

basically the nice-software one is fork of the hexchat one which also adds vc 2010 projects and gtk 3. When they update the repo we rebase and we also try to keep the gtk3 ones updated.


On Wed, May 13, 2015 at 10:34 AM, John Emmas <johne53 tiscali co uk> wrote:
On 13/05/2015 09:02, Ignacio Casal Quinteiro wrote:
Hi John,

are you using ? If not, any reason to not use it and improve it for your use case?

Thanks Ignacio.  That looks like a useful resource and I should maybe consider it.  For our purposes we have two slightly unusual requirements:-

      1)  For historical reasons we need to build with VC8.  That's rarely supported now in gtk+ libs.

      2)  We build 3 targets, namely:-

            a)  Full Debug version
            b)  Full Release version
            c)  Debuggable Release version

It might seem like a luxury to have a debuggable Release build - but in fact it can be immensely useful.

Are the nice-software libs synced to their "official" libraries (i.e. if there's a change upstream, does it get imported into the nice-software version?)

My repos get updated weekly and are also on github:-

Looks like we're basically doing the same thing !!

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