[pygtk] obsolete Win32 binaries
arjanmolenaar at hetnet.nl
Fri Oct 7 14:27:51 WST 2005
I've compiled PyGTK myself, using the gimp/~win32 libraries. If you have both
MinGW and MSys installed you should be able to get things working.
MSys can be used to compile using configure. You can compile PyGTK
using the DOS
command line (python setup.py).
Quoting Nikos Kouremenos <kourem at gmail.com>:
> gimp-win guys do not install libglade!!! (because Gimp does not need
> it, but please guys then call it GTK+ Runtime - libglade etc etc) I
> guess with gtk3 having libglade all those will be fixed
> On 10/6/05, Marek Kubica <pythonmailing at web.de> wrote:
>> On Thu, 06 Oct 2005 10:17:50 -0400
>> Stéphane Brunet <stbru at teksavvy.com> wrote:
>> > I f you go to the gimp-win sourceforge page, in the file section,
>> > there are some 2.8 release installer :
>> > However, it sounds like "unstable" else it will be on the website as
>> > well.
>> If you like, you can point Cedric Gustin to that installer.. but I'm
>> unsure about the development stuff: are the libs and headers included?
>> Without them, compiling PyGTK could get tricky (that's why gladwin32 is
>> so good).
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>> Read the PyGTK FAQ: http://www.async.com.br/faq/pygtk/
> Nikos Kouremenos | Jabber ID: nkour at jabber.org |
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