[Gtk-sharp-list] Someone got libglade-2.0-0.dll for Win32?
Wed, 07 Jan 2004 11:48:42 -0500
Honestly, you need to look at building libglade as a mingw binary.
What this means is that you wont need the cygwin runtime installed to
use the library, making it portable and usable to the average windows
-mno-cygwin i believe is the gcc flag that has to be passed to build
this, and there is documentation all over the net about it.
after you have built a libglade, you need to check it with some sort of
dll tester to make *sure* it doesnt depend on cyg*.dll. This can be
complicated sometimes, as even with the -mno-cygwin passed to gcc, if it
static links with a cygwin library, you will still get the depend.
As to your specific problem, I really dont have any idea :)
On Wed, 2004-01-07 at 10:40, Ivan Dubrov wrote:
> Hi, All!
> After a long tries of tinkering with build scripts for Glade, I've
> finally built it on Win32. But what I miss to use my .glade files in
> Gtk#, is libglade-2.0-0.dll (I just wonder, how I've built Glade?
> Probably, statically linked? :) ). After my expirements with Gtk
> building seems like my cygwin enviroment is absolutly sane, created .dll
> cannot be loaded with error: "965 [unknown (0x6954)] ? 27040 init_cheap:
> Couldn't reserve space for cygwin's heap, Win32 error 487" (or my
> installation is too old - looks like a bug in cygwin).
> So, maybe someone have already build this .dll? I'll be very thankful if
> this .dll will be put in a public domain or just sent me via email.
> P.S. Gtk# really looks very promising, even on Win32.
> Ivan Dubrov <email@example.com>
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