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Re: [DotGNU]dynlib.c /windows Installer

From: Robert Johnson
Subject: Re: [DotGNU]dynlib.c /windows Installer
Date: Fri, 28 Mar 2003 16:04:17 -0800 (PST)

Good Evening Rhys,

I got good news to report. The Change that you made
worked. An I was able to compile pnet completely. I
Also tested the dynlib.c patch and it works!!!. I was
able to compile and run gtk# applications with cscc
and ilrun under windows (with the help of
"cygwin1.dll" that is part of the gtk# Win32 install
package). I did have some trouble at first getting the
compile and execution of the gtk# test programs to
run. This was because I did not have certain library
files. The library files that were missing were:

System.Drawing.dll -(found in the Mono Win32

libintl-1.dll -(found in the Mono Win32 Distribution) 

iconv.dll -(found in the Mono Win32 Distribution)

gtk-sharp-0.8-stable-win32-1 (Which I found in the
mono archives)

I hope this information is help full to the project.

I tested this on WindowsXP I'm not sure if it will
work under 98/ME/NT/2000.

I have one other question for you. Do you think I
should include the supporting files to compile gtk#
applications within the windows installer I'm working
on? Or Maybe just include the setup information? what
do you think?

Bob J

--- Rhys Weatherley <address@hidden> wrote:
> On Thursday 27 March 2003 12:59 pm, Robert Johnson
> wrote:
> > Is there a path or fix for this error that I may
> not
> > have implemented?
> I've added a "#include <windows.h>" to the file in
> CVS.  This should hopefully 
> fix the problem.
> > Also I just wanted to ask Rhys if I can put
> together a
> > windows installer for the next release of pnet on
> > windows or do you think this should wait for the
> next
> > release ?
> Feel free to do it this time if you wish.
> Cheers,
> Rhys.

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