[Gtk-sharp-list] Deploying on Windows, having some issues

Cody Russell bratsche at gnome.org
Tue Jun 17 23:53:02 EDT 2008

Hey Billy,

Not sure if it will make any difference, but rather than building from
svn why don't you try grabbing Brad's pre-built 2.10.4 installer from


If you're using that then you should have the following in the

GTK_BASEPATH=C:\Program Files\Medsphere\Gtk# SDK\
PATH=C:\Program Files\Medsphere\Gtk# SDK\bin

The person who filed ticket #12 talks about GTK-BASE being correctly
set, but I'm not sure what GTK-BASE is.  Maybe he meant GTK_BASEPATH but
that seems like something to double check.

You seem to be asking the right questions in the bug reports though.  If
the user has any old versions of GTK+ or Gtk# installed anywhere on the
system, it's possible that they will conflict.

On Tue, 2008-06-17 at 23:08 -0400, Billy Schoenberg wrote:
> I use GTK# (2.10.4 I think) in my project that I am trying to
> distribute over the net.  I am having a really hard time with GTK,
> seems like for some percentage of the people who install my app there
> is a problem with GTK which prevents the program from launching.  I am
> really at a loss over what to do.  I am using a GTK# installer which I
> built from here: http://medsphere.org/projects/gtksharp/svn/trunk . I
> am doing this because I need 2.10.4 because 2.10.3 has a known issue
> with TreevViews that was fixed in 2.10.4.  On my machine and every
> machine I can get my hands on there isn't a problem, but I know the
> situation does exist because I have 3 tickets about it, and I know how
> tricky it is to get my app to find GTK, even on my machine.  This is
> the info that I have from their crashes,
> http://dialect.openmodeling.net/report/1 if anyone can help I would
> really appreciate it, I do not know what to do in order to make sure
> that my app can find GTK.

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