[Gtk-sharp-list] Does Gtk# on Win32 have...?

Daniel Morgan danmorg@sc.rr.com
Thu, 26 Dec 2002 17:42:56 -0500

Mono has database support via its ADO.NET-like functionality.
We have a working DataTable, DataSet, and other System.Data classes.

There are data providers for MySQL, PostgreSQL, ODBC (works on Windows and
Linux (on Linux via unixODBC), Microsoft SQL Server, Sybase
OLE DB (uses GDA on Linux), SQL Lite, and Oracle.  Some are at various
states while others are coming along nicely.

Currently, GDA can build on Windows via Cygwin, but it does not work.  Also,
no shared libraries (DLLs on windows) are created which there should be.

If you want libgnomedb to work on Windows, then the Bonobo, CORBA, and all
that complex component  stuff will need to be taking out.  GDA will need to
be working on Windows prior to that.

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[mailto:gtk-sharp-list-admin@ximian.com]On Behalf Of Charles Iliya
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Subject: [Gtk-sharp-list] Does Gtk# on Win32 have...?


I haven't installed it yet.  (Because I don't have a windows
machine sitting around me.)  But, do the Win32 binary packages
of Gtk# have GTKHTML and GNOME-DB???

(Besides the normal GTK+ stuff, these two, IMO, are the two
most important things when making "normal applications".
GTKHTML is important for [easily] making nice looking UIs.  And
GNOME-DB is important for using databases.)

See ya

     Charles Iliya Krempeaux, BSc

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