Re: cross-compiling linux->win32 with mingw
- From: "Donny Viszneki" <donny viszneki gmail com>
- To: "Tor Lillqvist" <tml iki fi>
- Cc: gtk-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: cross-compiling linux->win32 with mingw
- Date: Fri, 11 Apr 2008 16:51:38 -0400
Ok, I wiped the slate clean by deleting everything and starting with a
fresh checkout of my application. I confirmed my suspicions that maybe
some file got corrupted, or something even more obscure, because I was
able to get several programs to run successfully under Windows that I
previously couldn't have. Perhaps I had accidentally mixed some
versions of DLLs that wouldn't work together for some strange reason.
Anyhow, I've now arrived at the g_intern_static_string() problem Tor
appears to have encountered already:
After coming across that, I remembered something that I had read in
one of the README files among the win32 GTK builds:
However, after looking thoroughly through v2.10, I couldn't find any
glib binaries at all :(
For now I will try to build with an older version of GTK than 2.8.15,
but where are the 2.10 glib binaries?
On Fri, Apr 11, 2008 at 3:30 AM, Tor Lillqvist <tml iki fi> wrote:
> > it's some dylibs
> > called dwmapi.dll and efsadu.dll that were missing. I'm not certain of
> > some of the terminology used by Dependency Walker to describe these
> > libraries; it says they're "delay-load" dependency modules, and maybe
> > it's not relevant (is this just like dlopen()'s lazy mode?)
> I think they are not relevant. I have never heard of them, I am pretty
> sure what Dependency Walker tries to say here is that they are
> optional. Your problem is something else.
> > Anyone have any idea where I can get safe copies of those DLLs?
> If they are Microsoft DLLs (as I assume) they should either already be
> on your system (maybe if you have some specific add-on product), or
> should not be, and then don't even try;) I would be especially afraid
> of "helpful" sites that offer huge numbers of random DLLs for
> individual download (or "useful" tools to "optimize" your system). I
> tend to assume most such sites are just trying to push various kinds
> of adware of worse on you.
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