[Gtk-sharp-list] fully portable IDE with GTK

Gennadiy Donchyts don at env.com.ua
Sat Nov 19 17:57:12 EST 2005

Glade works fine on Windows too. I had some problems with visualization of
some controls (toolbar buttons) for time being, but they were solved when
I've copied libatk-1.0-0.dll and libgtk-win32-2.0-0.dll from last Gtk
for Win (2.8.6.rc3)
to Mono/bin directory. ... probably it will break something else in
the future ...
Then I use Glade from that newer version of Gtk and eveyrhting still works.
For time being I use Visual Studio.NET + Glade, Gtk# and some Mono libraries :).
But also tested it on Linux (since the results should be portable).
-- Gena

On 11/19/05, Marko Zmak <xmak at studioartlan.com> wrote:
> That looks nice, but I'm looking for an IDE that can be used both on
> Windows and Linux. Does anyone know if there's any chance that
> MonoDevelop will be ported to Windows, or that SharpDevelop will start
> using Gtk?
> Clark Endrizzi wrote:
> > Do you know about glade marko?  It's a nice interface designer make
> > for gnome development.
> --
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