[Mono-dev] gtk-sharp bootstrap vs. bootstrap-2.4

Paul F. Johnson paul at all-the-johnsons.co.uk
Mon Aug 22 02:28:19 EDT 2005


> I'm further confused by this information:
> http://www.all-the-johnsons.co.uk/mono/mono-compiling.html
> "The build process for gtk-sharp is different to the other modules in mono. 
> Instead of ./autogen.sh, there is the choice of ./bootstrap 
> and ./bootstrap-2.4. The only difference is if you're using the bleeding edge 
> version, you should use the 2.4 version."

gtk-sharp comes in two flavours. One is designed for the stable mono,
the other for those using the developer branch (and now a third for the
clinically insane by the looks of it!). bootstrap is for stable,
bootstrap-2.4 is for the developers version.

At least, that's how I understand it.


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