[Note that mingw32-gtk2 is in Fedora, but we're not yet building it
because there are some unreviewed dependencies:
On Fri, Feb 27, 2009 at 02:53:25PM +0100, Mikkel Kruse Johnsen wrote:
Have had some problems running the gtk-demo on windows (and through
wine) it fails when loading images.
I talked to "tml" on the #gtk+ IRC and he suggested that mingw32-gtk+
was compiled without GDI+, so I recompiled it with "--disable-gdiplus
--without-libtiff" and everyting works fine now. Images is loading.
Do we lose any features by disabling GDI+ support?
We don't have a libtiff package. Yet Gtk still builds the TIFF pixbuf
loader (libpixbufloader-gdip-tiff.dll). The libtiff test in Gtk's
configure.in is a bit confusing. No tiff* messages get printed in the
dnl Test for libtiff
if test x$os_win32 = xno || test x$enable_gdiplus = xno; then
I looked at the gdk pixbuf loader for TIFF and I don't understand how
it can compile without <tiffio.h>. Perhaps it is erroneously using
the system header file, but that still leaves open the question of
what library it is linking with.
Trying to get TIFF support, found mingw32-libtiff
compiled it without problems, but mingw32-gtk+ don't recognice it doing configure.
Could we compile mingw32-gtk+ without GDI+ and mayby someone could
figure out why libtiff check fails ?
Got any patches that we can review?
Richard Jones, Emerging Technologies, Red Hat http://et.redhat.com/~rjones
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