[gst-devel] offtopic : portabillity of libgnomeui
in7y118 at public.uni-hamburg.de
Sun Aug 22 04:36:02 CEST 2004
On Tue, 17 Aug 2004, Josh Green wrote:
> On Tue, 2004-08-17 at 08:47, Stefan Kost wrote:
> > sorry this is a bit offtoppic ...
> > As gstreamer on windows is making good progress, we would like to make our app
> > (http://www.buzztard.org) working on windows as well. As we have stated with the
> > functional stuff, it was not a problem. But now we have started a gui editor,
> > that is currently just gtk based. There I am stuck, as we need a canvas and that
> > is part of gnome. Requiring this is probably a problem for windows portabillity?
> > Can anyone comment on this? Or can libgnomeui easilly be ported to windows,
> > without the need for all the other gnome stuff.
> > Alternativly is anyone aware of a plain gtk+ based canvas that is a bit more
> > comfortable than the GtkDrawingArea?
> > Many thanks
> > Stefan
> Hello, libgnomecanvas2 does not depend on Gnome libs despite that it has
> gnome in the name and I believe it can already be found for win32 and
> the OS X platform also.
Yup, libgnomecanvas works fine if compiled with mingw. I have been using
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