Re: Status of GTK+ on Mac OS X?

Tor Lillqvist wrote:
>> Does GTK on Windows currently build entirely with MinGW,
> Yes it does.
> It is much easier to cross-compile it from Linux than to set up a
> working build environment on Windows natively, though. (Although, once
> you have such an environment, it does work more or less as well as on
> Unix.) So I would suggest that some of the Linux buildbots could do
> cross-compilations to Windows as well.
> For inspiration how to do cross-compilations, check the openSUSE Build
> Service or Fedora projects that do it.

Can you point me at a particular project on OBS?

>> or do you have to use MSVS or somesuch?
> No, but the intent definitely is that the GTK+ stack should stay
> compilable also with Microsoft's compiler.

If it's a native C API then that's easy. But I guess binaries for Gtkmm
(does it need binaries?) need to be prepared per-compiler.


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