Charles Iliya Krempeaux
19 Dec 2002 19:43:15 -0800
OK, I think this means that the Gtk# library is looking for
a library called:
(but can't find it.) (Correct me if I am wrong though!)
I'm guessing this is something like the gtkhtml-1.1 that
Ximian uses for Evolution, etc. (I.e., a separate gtkhtml
library, that doesn't interfere with normal gtkhtml
library on the users system.)
The only things is, where do I get libgtkhtml-3.0 from?
I didn't see it on Red Carpet. And I did a quick search
on Google, but all I came up with are the CVS mailing list
logs from Gtk#, that refer to it.
But I can't seem to figure out how to get it or where to
get it from. (Does any here know ???)
(Or... can I get Gtk# to use a different version of gtkhtml??
Maybe libgtkhtml or libgtkhtml-1.1? I have both of those.)
On Wed, 2002-12-18 at 22:58, Charles Iliya Krempeaux wrote:
> OK... I've gotten Mono and Gtk# working on Mandrake 8.2.
> I've wrote simple C# programs (using Gtk#), compiled them
> successfully, and ran them.
> However, I still have one more problem. I want to use the
> Gtk.HTML class. So,... I wrote a sample program to do this.
> I was able to compile the program. However, when I run it,
> I get the an error message, over and over and over again...
> ** (Blah.exe:7047): WARNING **: Failed to load library
> libgtkhtml-3.0.so (gtkhtml-3.0): libgtkhtml-3.0.so: cannot open shared
> object file: No such file or directory
> After this, I get 4 more lines that say:
> Unhandled Exception: System.NullReferenceException: Object reference not
> set to an instance of an object
> in <0x00025> 06 Gtk.HTML:gtk_html_new_from_string (string,int)
> in <0x00049> 00 Gtk.HTML:.ctor (string,int)
> in <0x00050> 00 .MainClass:Main ()
> Does that error mean that I have the wrong version of gtkhtml on
> my system??? Or what?
> See ya
Charles Iliya Krempeaux, BSc
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