This is an overall reply to Sven's points about building gretl on
Windows, including building against GTK 3 (GTK 2 being the default
* I've made a few changes to install-runtime.sh.in and pkgbuild.sh
which hopefully should fix the issues Sven mentioned.
* I've updated the special "deps" packages mentioned in the building
guide. They now include libgsf, which should get used in the build
automatically and should overcome the 4 GB limit on compressed data.
* The gretl-winbuild PDF doc is updated correspondingly.
* I've added to git a template file install-runtime-gtk3.sh.in which
will be used to generate the new file install-runtime-gtk3.sh at
configure time. This is unlikely to be right as it stands, but
hopefully Sven can tweak it. At present you'll have to manually
substitute a call to install-runtime-gtk3.sh in place of
install-runtime.sh. Eventually it should be possible either to make
that selection automatically, or to produce a generalized script
that serves for both GTK 2 and GTK 3.
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