[Gtk-sharp-list] Running GTK Sharp Apps without installing gtksharp

Christian Hoff christian_hoff at gmx.net
Mon Mar 9 14:57:31 EDT 2009

You have to download and run the Gtk# .net installers. There is no clean 
way to get around that for example by just copying some Gtk# files on 
the target system as the Gtk# installer has to install the dlls into the 
global assembly cache.

As the installer in under 10 Mbyte, this is not really a handicap.


Barthimaeus wrote:
> Barthimaeus wrote:
>> I'll try to explain more clearly. Let's assume that I developed a mono
>> application on Linux. This application uses Gtk# for creating UI. I wish
>> to pass this application to some friends of mine who use Windows. They
>> want to spend as little time as possible downloading and installing
>> software other than my application. They have already installed the GTK
>> Runtime environment, since they use Gimp. 
>> What should I tell them is the easiest way of getting my application to
>> run on their OS?

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