Old gtk binaries with new bindings? Or not?
- From: Daniel Kasak <dan entropy homelinux org>
- To: gtk-perl-list gnome org
- Subject: Old gtk binaries with new bindings? Or not?
- Date: Fri, 07 Apr 2006 18:30:57 +1000
I have to do an installation this weekend that I'm not looking forward
I'm installing on Windows 2003 server, running Citrix. For some reason,
the latest version of gtk that I can get running on Windows 2003 is
gtk-2.6.9. With later versions ( I tried a few ), gtk apps bail out
complaining that they can't see some symbols or something ( was in a
hurry and didn't write down the exact problem ). Anyway, I'm not
interested in figuring out this symbol stuff at the moment ... later
maybe. For now, I will be using gtk-2.6.9.
So. My question is: What version of the win32 binaries of various things
( gtk2, glib ) do I use? I'm only using functionality from gtk-2.6.x. Is
it a very bad idea to use bindings compiled against a current gtk with
an earlier version? If so, which versions of glib & gtk2 is OK for
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