Re: Standalone Glibmm::ustring

On Sun, 2010-06-13 at 22:22 +0200, Jasper Horn wrote:
> michi7x7 wrote:
> > Download the glibmm source and build ustring.cpp and ustring.h
> It's probably that easy indeed, but that's what I did and where I got
> stuck in providing all sorts of dependencies of dependencies.
> Murray Cumming wrote:
> > The gtkmm Windows installer includes libxml++ so you should have no
> > problem installing it:
> >
> That does indeed work quite well. However, that only allows me to link
> dynamically right? The reason that I want to link (libgtkmm, I don't
> really care about libxml++ and friends) statically, is that right now,
> if I am not mistaken I need to distribute 20 dlls totalling over 12
> MB* opposed to the ~200 kB increase when linking statically as I only
> use one class from the whole library.

20 dlls for glibmm or libxml++? That seem unlikely. Are you sure?

Is your application open source? You can't statically link to an LGPL
library if your application is not open source, such as GPL.

murrayc murrayc com

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