[Gtk-sharp-list] Windows Compilation
Sun, 15 Sep 2002 00:02:09 +0200
Fair enough, but that is only one aspect. And NANT or ANT could deal with
those issues by invoking a program that executes a makefile that compiles
the C glue library.
Would that complicate things?
At 16:19 14/09/2002 -0500, Rachel Hestilow wrote:
>Gtk# includes a small C glue library to deal with PInvoke inadequacies.
>As far as I know, building this would be significantly harder to do with
>Nant, if not impossible.
>If you're concerned about needing cygwin to _use_ gtk# (as opposed to
>building it), it is possible to instruct cygwin to build native windows
>DLLs, and that is what I am investigating now.
>On Sat, 2002-09-14 at 15:57, Christian Gross wrote:
> > Not to be the cynic, but why is GTK# using build processes that depend on
> > cygwin, etc at all? For example in the Java world there is ANT and in the
> > .NET world there is NANT. Would that not make more sense?
> > Christian Gross