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Date: 2005-10-07 (13:05)
From: T. Kurt Bond <tkb@t...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] where is GMain and ...
Jeremy O'Donoghue writes:
> Your first message suggests that you are compiling for Windows, which
> means that you're in for a tough ride. Lablgtk2 is an Ocaml binding
> for Gtk 2.x, which is a popular Linux/Unix widget set. There is a
> Windows port, but it is quite painful to install (I should know, I did
> it a couple of weeks back...)
> Go to and
> download lablgtk-2.4.0.tar.gz. Note that you cannot use the Windows
> binary package if you want to compile with ocamlopt.
> Unzip and untar, and read README and (especially) README.win32 carefully.
> Go to and download
> the required binary installer packages (there are a lot of them). You
> will need both runtime and developer files.

I find it much less painful to get all the Win32 Gtk+ development libraries
from the distribution the Gaim folks publish, since they package them
up in one tar.gz:
T. Kurt Bond,