[Gtk-sharp-list] Did I build GTK# on Rotor (aka Sared SourceCLI .NET)?
Tue, 18 Jun 2002 16:48:44 +0200
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I Will be on that (bug+patch for bsd/rotor) shortly... But just where
is the bugzilla/cvs for gtk#?
And yes, I have been using 0.1 since thats what is on the source
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> On Tue, 2002-06-11 at 08:38, Benjamin Voigt wrote:
> > The clix (application launcher) broke on the binaries
> samples "Unable
> > to load DLL (gtk-x11-2.0)", which made me wounder, since
> freebsd does
> > not have dlls... Any how, I guess it was looking for the shared
> > objects, which, should be installed (libgtk-x11-2.0.so is in
> > /usr/X11R6/lib and I did ldconfig... Severaltimes...).
> The mono runtime has logic to look for .so dynamic libs. I
> have no experience with rotor and how its DllImport mechanism
> works. If it requires the full library name (with .so
> extension) then this may need to be handled via some
> attribute magic to map the library names for bsd/rotor.
> There is going to need to be some similar mapping done to the
> libgtk-win32* lib names.
> > Anyhow, I thought it must be compiled to get it working...
> Which made
> > me write the make files (see attchment) to compile with Rotor. I
> > essentialy added my path to csc changed the /recurse option to
> > something I could use and removed the /unsafe switch, since I
> > could not finde any unsafe code ... Finaly it did compile, after
> I actually
> > had to change some code (You will notice the changes in
> > line 121). So fare so good... As fare as I'm concerned, it does
> > compile on unix...
> Thanks for looking into this.
> > P.S.:
> > Please excuse me not including diff's I need to get used to
> diff and
> > patch again... It has been some time since I had to use them :)
> It would be a big help if you could send me a diff, or open a
> bug in bugzilla and post the diff there. Also, I haven't had
> a chance to unpack the attached tarball, but the name
> suggests that you were hacking on the 0.1 release tree. If
> that's the case, the build system has changed a lot since
> that release, so reworking the patch against current cvs
> would help too.
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