[Gtk-sharp-list] how to add a gtk# reference in Visual Studio?
grant at grantb.net
Thu Mar 6 23:01:04 UTC 2014
> glibsharpglue-2.dll. I can add that one too
Nope, spoke too soon. I can't see to add that one. VS says it doesn't
have an assembly manifest.
Seriously, why's this gotta be so hard to do?
On Thu, Mar 6, 2014 at 4:54 PM, Grant Birchmeier <grant at grantb.net> wrote:
> Adding the libraries to the GAC manually (with "gacutil -i") seems to get
> VS to recognize that the libs are available.
> I've added all the libs I know about, but now VS is complaining about
> other libs, such as glibsharpglue-2.dll. I can add that one too, of
> course, but I wonder if I'm getting into a game of whack-a-mole. How many
> more are there gonna be?
> On Thu, Mar 6, 2014 at 2:29 AM, scocpt <tottlecp at cardiff.ac.uk> wrote:
>> As far as I can tell, both Mono and GTK# install their libraries in self
>> contained directories, so that you are able to run multiple versions on
>> same machine.
>> As an example my GTK# stuff can be found (as an example):
>> C:\Program Files (x86)\GtkSharp\2.12\lib\gtk-sharp-2.0\atk-sharp.dll
>> I had the same issues with Visual Studio not automatically finding the
>> (because they are not in the .NET gac).
>> A nice work around to this is either use MonoDevelop or SharpDevlop and
>> find all the Mono stuff automatically for you.
>> Be aware when you are compiling your code to keep your project as x86 (32
>> bit), as there dose not seem to be any 64 bit versions of GTK# for Windows
>> Hope this helps,
>> View this message in context:
>> Sent from the Mono - Gtk# mailing list archive at Nabble.com.
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