Thanks Egil, I am forwarding your message and the spec file to the
fedora-mingw mailing list. I looked quickly over the spec file and it
----- Forwarded message from Egil Kvaleberg <egil(a)kvaleberg.com> -----
Subject: Goocanvas for Mingw32
Date: Mon, 27 Apr 2009 13:54:27 +0200
From: Egil Kvaleberg <egil(a)kvaleberg.com>
I have played around with the Mingw32 for Fedora, and it absolutely
seems like a very cool thing.
For my purposes, I am using GTK2, which is supported, but I also need a
canvas. I have been using Goocanvas (not sure what really is *the*
canvas for GTK2, but I have been happy with Goocanvas).
However, a Goocanvas package does not seem to be available, so I built one.
Goocanvas may be of interest to others, so if you think it is suitable
then please use the attached spec-file or tell me how to get involved.
The spec-file for Fedora 11 is attached.
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