[Mono-list] gtk-sharp with directfb backend

Spencer, Matthew MSpencer at ndsuk.com
Wed Aug 22 05:06:46 EDT 2007

Hi All
I am trying to get gtk-sharp working without X support (ie by using the
directfb version of gtk).  The demo app gtk-demo works fine.
To achieve this, I have changed the dll mapping in gtk-sharp.dll.config
  <dllmap dll="libgtk-win32-2.0-0.dll"
I have created a simple class that inherits from DrawingArea
class TestClass : DrawingArea {
When I create an instance of TestClass, the runtime bombs out:
(!) [ 4220:    0.000] --> Caught signal 24 (unknown origin) <--
Any ideas what the problem might be?  I am running on an arm based
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