[Gtk-sharp-list] How to check for gtk#

Martin Baulig martin@gnome.org
11 Mar 2003 21:02:55 +0100

Charles Iliya Krempeaux <charles@reptile.ca> writes:

> On Fri, 2003-03-07 at 06:38, Martin Baulig wrote:
> > Hi guys,
> > 
> > since the 0.2.1 release of the Mono Debugger was a bad accident (there was a typo in
> > configure.in which made it impossible to build the GUI), I'll make a 0.2.2 tonight.
> > 
> > The Mono Debugger uses gtk# like any "normal" gtk# application, but it also uses the
> > gapi_codegen.exe to build a few custom widgets.
> > 
> > Since I want to make it as easy as possible for people to compile and use the debugger,
> > I'm wondering what the recommended way of checking for gtk# is.
> > 
> > Can I just assume that the dll's are always in Mono's search path (so I can just say -r
> > glib-sharp.dll etc. in my makefile's) or do I need to check for it and if so, then how ?
> Well, if someone installs Gtk# from the tarball, using...
>     ./configure
>     make
>     make install
> Then, the Gtk# .DLL's will go into: "/usr/local/lib".  (Although
> the RPM's install it in "/usr/lib".)
> Which is NOT in the Mono search path.  So... you might want
> to check there too.


well, in this case - what's the recommended way to check for gtk#, it doesn't have a
pkg-config file ?

Martin Baulig