[sword-devel] Portability ......

Martin Gruner sword-devel@crosswire.org
Wed, 18 Apr 2001 22:12:53 +0200

> I saw references on this list to CVS and started looking for myself out of
> interest.  I hadn't realised just how easy it is to make a port of GTK+
> based code from Linux to Windows.  I've been experimenting with the
> Glade visual front end builder (not written anything serious yet).
> The GTK+ libraries are available as pre-compiled win32 dll's together with
> modified headers, and library stubs. Everything you need can be
> downloaded from: http://user.sgic.fi/~tml/gimp/win32/ and installed under
> Windows.
> A Linux/GTK+ experiment that I had made using Glade under Linux now
> runs perfectly under Windows, made with the Windows port of GCC and
> using just a few DLL's.

Hi Barry,

what is it that you want to see ported?
Since BibleTime is based on QT/KDE it is not portable; gnomesword may be(?).
Maybe you ask the gnomesword developers? (gnomesword.sourceforge.net)


PS I think the InstallMgr is written in GTK and is available for win and