[Gtk-sharp-list] Re: gtksharp for win32
Francisco T. Martinez
Wed, 15 Sep 2004 05:31:32 -0500
If you want to use Visual Studio .NET 2003 to build Gtk# applications
that will run without having Mono installed in your system. Use:
If you don't have Visual Studio .NET 2003 but want to code using your
favorite editor and perhaps nmake (a Make tool specifically design for
Windows). You need to *FIRST* install the Microsoft .NET Framework 1.1
SDK. This is available here (watch out for URL wrapping):
Then you install the Gtk# Win32 installer for the MS .NET Framework SDK
1.1 available here:
If you just want to be able to run applications you have already
compiled in Linux while you are on a Windows machine, you could try the
Mono Combined installer. You should be able to build/run your Gtk#
application you compiled in Linux -- provided you don't have GNOME
dependencies -- in Windows without any other piece of Microsoft supplied
software. The latest Mono combined installer is available here:
Having the Microsoft .NET Framework and/or SDK installed in your
computer prior to the Mono Combined installer or afterward should not
matter. The Mono Combined installer does not interact with the Microsoft
.NET Framework. It has its own Global Assembly Cache (GAC) and it is
not placed on the system PATH during the installation -- This is by design.
I have done quite a bit of postings in my blog relating to these details
in the past. You may find more information and additional links there:
Martin Willemoes Hansen wrote:
>I tried your installer with the MS .NET runtime downloaded via the ms
>update service, unfortunatly I could not run a simple hello world gtk#
>program compiled in linux on my windows box.
>Is this natural, ie do gtksharp for win32 work only with the MS .NET
>runtime, or do I need to have a full SDK installed?
>Hope im clear enough in this mail, if not please tell me.
>PS I like your work, keep it up.