[Gtk-sharp-list] Not Able to run GTK# Application On Windows

Brad Taylor brad at getcoded.net
Mon Mar 12 17:04:31 EDT 2007


On Mon, 2007-03-12 at 10:46 -0800, Tosif Ahmed wrote:
> Ok, i got that.....
> but wat are he steps to register gtk# in MS.NET GAC

It shouldn't be that big of a deal actually -- just find the directory
where gtk-sharp.dll et al reside and run:

gacutil -i $ASSEMBLY

in the .NET 1.1 command line, for each of gtk-sharp.dll, atk-sharp.dll,
gdk-sharp.dll, glade-sharp, glib-sharp, pango-sharp and gtk-dotnet.  You
will need the .NET *SDK* 1.1, not just the runtime for this. 

Or, a much easier route would be to grab a Gtk# installer tailored
for .NET.  As mentioned earlier, Paco Martinez has installers available,
or if you want a more recent version of Gtk# and Gtk+, we (Medsphere)
have installers (and sources, if you're interested) available on
SourceForge at

Pick up the SDK version since you want to do development on Windows with
Gtk#.  The main difference is the inclusion of Gtk+ header files and
Glade for both C and C# development.



Brad Taylor

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