p85dyer at gmail.com
Wed Oct 11 12:39:26 EDT 2006
you can find all the files here:
I'm using these files:
I'm just using Gecko# to display a webpage that I control from
within my program. I was originally just going to use an
IE activex control but I couldn't get the activex control to play
nicely with GTK and decided to use Gecko instead. As
far as documentation goes I just used the docs located at
Hope that helps,
William Garrison wrote:
>Hey Phil, could you point me to the references/resources you used for
>Gecko#? I tried to write a gecko# app a few months ago, and I gave-up
>in frustration. I would really like to create the app though.
>There was a mailing list for it, but last I checked it was dead.
>Phillip Dyer wrote:
>> I'm trying to deploy an application that relies on both GTK# and
>>Gecko#, I would prefer to have all the GTK#/GTK libraries in the main
>>directory or a subdirectory in my program. There are two reasons for
>>this, the first being that I don't want the user to have to run two (or
>>three) installers to get my application working . The second reason
>>being that I use GAIM for my instant messenger which doesn't work with
>>the newest version of GTK and likes to give me grief because I have a
>>newer version installed as well with GTK#. So I'd like to have my
>>program ship with a local version that it relies on rather than the
>>version the rest of the system will rely on.
>> I'm currently using MS.NET 2003, this is the first time I've tried
>>to write an installer for something I've developed and would appreciate
>>it if someone could point me in the right direction on how to do this.
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