Re: gtkmm 2.18 Windows installer?

On Thu, 2009-10-22 at 11:53 +0200, Mark Roberts wrote:
> On Thu, 22 Oct 2009, Murray Cumming wrote:
> > It sounds like a gtkmm 2.18 installer would indeed be useful, and it
> > sounds like Tor should be encouraged to do a GTK+ installer. That would
> > mean that we all had the same stuff to work with, so we could get some
> > real information about those bugs.
> Mark Roberts wrote:
> > We don't want someone new using it and then abandoning gtk on the 
> > grounds that it's buggy. [...]
> The installer would have to be marked as "instable" or "buggy" or "beta" 
> or something. That way we can follow up the remaining bugs without letting 
> people stumble over it that were looking for pre-packaged, great, 
> 100%-bugfree software.


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