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From: Pascal Cuoq <pascal_cuoq@h...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] A labltk book?
> > The LablGTK2 bindings to GTK2 by Jacques Garrigue et al. are simply 
> > (robust, efficient and easy to use):

to which "Nathaniel Gray" <> answered :

>... provided you don't care much about OS X users.

The last time I had a try, I only needed to download and
compile the following from source to get my Ocaml+gtk2
application to work natively under OS X (and by natively I just mean
without X11, although I have hopes to use gtk2's themability to
make keybindings and perhaps appearance closer to Aqua):


Note that these were all official tarballs, nothing complicated like 
from Fink to Darwinports or getting CVS versions.

If you already have Fink for the basic stuff like libtiff, pkg-config, and 
so on,
it takes just two hours to compile and install everything. Or you can just 
until these versions make their way into Fink. They will, eventually.


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