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RE: [Bug-gnubg] GTK and Glade

From: Albert Silver
Subject: RE: [Bug-gnubg] GTK and Glade
Date: Fri, 11 Jul 2003 16:01:16 -0300

I forgot to give the link to the latest version of GtkAda (not the old
version at the wingtk site):



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> address@hidden On Behalf Of Albert Silver
> Sent: Friday, July 11, 2003 3:51 PM
> To: GNUBackgammon bug reporting
> Subject: [Bug-gnubg] GTK and Glade
> Hi,
>       I was looking into the GUI builder for GTK known as Glade, and
> naturally (for me) was looking for a Windows version of it. I found
> several and was wondering whether anyone had had a look into them. The
> first and foremost page in Win32 compilations is at:
> http://wingtk.sourceforge.net/
> After reading about the different files, I opted for the more complete
> GTK4Win but had trouble compiling it as per the instructions. It said
> run Jam.exe in the Editor subdirectory, but there was no Jam.exe in
> I found one in another directory, copied it to the Editor directory,
> when running it, it claimed errors in finding main.o, interface.o etc.
> So no luck. I e-mailed for support in any case.
>       I then began looking around and ran into GtkAda. Quite recently,
> in the past week, they released a new version and it supports Glade-2.
> had no troubles compiling it as per the instructions, and its build of
> Glade-2 runs fine, creating code in Ada, C, and C++. My question is
> complete this Glade is, and what differences, if any, there are
> it and other builds/platform versions (if anyone knows). It supports
> GTK+ 2.x BTW.
>                                               Albert
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