[Mono-list] Gtk#+Mono = Windows Crazy? or Wrong Version

Pavlica, Nick Nick.Pavlica@echostar.com
Mon, 06 Oct 2003 16:29:22 -0600

  Why are you installing the .NET frame work in addition to Mono if you
are developing on Linux/Mono+GTK and deploying on Windows?  I would
recommend  using Mono .28+GTK or newer on both systems.  Using the same
runtime on both operating systems will allow you to have greater
confidence in the functionality of your software. 

My 2 Cents :)
Nick Pavlica

On Mon, 2003-10-06 at 15:03, Pablo Fischer wrote:
> Hello!!
> I need to install Mono and Gtk# in 25 computers running Windows (Im
> going to develop an app for the university in Linux and run it in
> Windows).
> Im installing this packages in this order:
> * .NET FrameWork
> * Mono-.28 (I tried with .25 and I have the same error)
> * Gtk#-10, but the stable version (like 3.xx MB), it contains the
> GtkRuntime
> Now Im testing with a simple app created with glade-sharp, gtk-sharp,
> its a simple button that says: Bye World. But Everytime I try to run it
> it crashes, giving me this error:
> FAiled to load function gtksharp_glade_xml_get_filename from
> gtksharpglue (this error appers twice)
> Unhandled Exception: System.TypeInitializationException: An exception
> was thrown by the type initializer for
> Gtk.Application--->System.NullReferenceException: A null value was found
> where an object instance was required.
> I compiled this in my linux, running 
> Mono .26
> gnome, gtk, glib, gtk-sharp-glue with .8-1
> Thanks!
> Pablo
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