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From: Dale Arntson <d-arntson@u...>
Subject: Re: lablgtk for Win32
I also am working on getting lablgtk working on NT, and would like to
see it included in the standard distribution. GTK as a cross platform
gui architecture, coupled with a sound odbc access library, would make a
very compelling development platform for a whole class of new users,
including me, who do not yet have all the necessary tools.


Mattias Waldau wrote:
> I have been using GIMP on my Win2000 machine for 0.5 year, and it always
> works, and I never had a crash. So I think GTK is stable enough.
> If there is a problem, it is probably in the Lablgtk-layer. I also tried a
> little to get it up and running on my win2000, but failed. Since I have a
> Linux machine, I didn't put a big effort into it. Instead I use Lablgtk on
> Linux currenlty, and hopes that there will be a easy to install lablgtk for
> win2000 sometimes in the future.
> I hope that Lablgtk will be a standard library of Ocaml.
> /mattias
> -----Original Message-----
> From: []On Behalf Of
> Sent: Friday, January 05, 2001 1:58 PM
> To: Jonathan Coupe
> Cc:
> Subject: Re: lablgtk for Win32
> On Thu, Jan 04, 2001 at 05:33:47PM -0000, Jonathan Coupe wrote:
> > Does anyone have any experience of using lablGTK on Windows? It seems like
> a
> > very powerful system, but gtk itself doesn't seem to be very actively
> > supported on Windows.
> I don't think this is true, i launched gimp on windows almost three year ago
> (well it didn't go very far, since it searched for a home directory which i
> didn't had defined, but it did work), and there are lot of windows-related
> stuff in the changelog of the gtk1.1/1.2 versions, so i guess it is working
> quite well, look at : for more info and
> try it out.
> Friendly,
> Sven Luther