[Gtk-sharp-list] Gtk# and .NET2.0 crashing all over the place

David Anes david.anes at gmail.com
Wed Mar 21 06:16:58 EDT 2007

2007/3/18, Michael Hutchinson <m.j.hutchinson at gmail.com>:
> On 3/18/07, Aaron Oxford <aaron at hardwarehookups.com.au> wrote:
> <snip>
> > >Again, it sounds like I need to know the recommended setup. All I've
> > >installed is the Gtk# 2.8.3 Installer for .NET1.1 SDK. I know that
> > >there are several later versions of Gtk and Gdk available. At this
> Have you seen the MedSphere release of GTK# 2.10 for Windows?
> http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=74626

I though that was Gtk+ 2.10 with Gtk# 2.8, but not sure. Can someone confirm

David Anes.

> >point I'm considering switching to developing with Mono if that
> > >would help. Mind you, is it just me or are the docs really light on
> > >again? Not having a *nix background, I'm not sure I'll be able to
> > >get my head around using a command prompt compiler - how does one
> > >add references, use a build file etc? I couldn't even find the name
> > >of the compiler for about a day. Google obviously isn't showing me
> > >some important site. :-(
> The following are the resources I consult for GTK# development.
> High-level overview:
>     http://www.mono-project.com/GtkSharp
> GTK# tutorials and guides:
>     http://www.mono-project.com/Category:GtkSharp
> Official docs:
>     http://www.go-mono.com/docs/monodoc.ashx?tlink=root:/classlib-gnome
> Also, the GTK+ docs can be helpful even if they are more difficult to
> interpret:     http://gtk.org/api/ and http://gtk.org/tutorial/
> On Linux you could of course use MonoDevelop with its fantastic GTK#
> designer.
> > >Anyway, I'm getting really desperate - to the point where I'm
> > >considering trying to write a Java UI or managed layer for FLTK or
> > >something. Is there a Win32 Monodevelop in the works? At one point
> > >last night I had to start the app four times before it would stay
> There has been some work on it, but it's not a priority at all as
> there are plenty of .NET IDEs for Win32. Anyhow, if GTK# is that
> unstable on your machine it wouldn't be much good.
> However, I'm sure GTK# is not generally this unstable on Windows.
> Something must be up with your installation. Try a complete purge of
> GTK# and GTK+, then try the MedSphere GTK# installer.
> > >up. I'm prepared to go to fairly extreme lengths to fix this, so
> > >even opinions or hints would be helpful. Anyone know any C++
> > >libraries that compile under .NET 2.0?
> C++/CLI won't run on Mono.
> --
> Michael Hutchinson
> http://mjhutchinson.com
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