[Gtk-sharp-list] Is it possible to include the whole Gtk# library in my programs MSI?
ulrich.b at gmx.at
Fri Dec 3 19:55:31 EST 2010
I want to include the whole Gtk# package (GTK+ binaries and managed
assemblies) + my program into one Windows MSI.
I'm not talkin about execute the "gtk-sharp-2.12.10.win32.msi" before my
setup starts, instead I want "my own" Gtk# library in a sub directory of my
application (like some applications do with the Java VM).
Lets say, my program installs to "C:\Program Files (x86)\MyApp".
1.) Include the whole content of Gtk# ("C:\Program Files
(x86)\GtkSharp\2.12") into my setup and install the content to "C:\Program
2.) Copy the Gtk# assemblies inside "C:\Program Files
(x86)\MyApp\GtkSharp\lib\gtk-sharp-2.0" into my program folder, so that my
assemblies can reference them (so I don't need to install them in the GAC)
3.) Add a PATH entry to "C:\Program Files (x86)\MyApp\GtkSharp\bin" (like
the "gtk-sharp-2.12.10.win32.msi" does) so that the managed Gtk# assemblies
can P/Invoke GTK+
Could this work, or am I missing something?
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