On Sun, 2008-03-30 at 00:37 +0900, Paul Goins wrote: > Armin Burgmeier wrote: > > What do you mean by "causes nothing but issues"? I don't have any > > problems stripping DLLs (though I don't use the -g flag, and I don't > > know what it does). > > Well, if I run a strip command against *.dll to get sizes down (which > includes other GTK-but-not-GTKmm dlls), I end up with crashes on > startup. Example: "The application failed to initialize properly > (0xc000007b). Click on OK to terminate the application."
Ah. I remember having had similar problems when trying to strip DLLs not compiled with mingw (or at least this is what I assumed the problem was). > I just tried running the command against *mm*.dll instead, and that > -seems- to work and the app does start. However, if running strip on > the other DLLs causes problems like that, then it makes me a little > nervous "hoping" that things are gonna work right by running it on only > a few DLLs. Probably it's just my paranoia/lack of experience talking > though. > > By the way, the -g flag is specifically for stripping debug symbols. > > Thanks. > > - Paul Goins Armin _______________________________________________ gtkmm-list mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org http://mail.gnome.org/mailman/listinfo/gtkmm-list