On Fri, 2008-03-28 at 11:03 -0500, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I am trying to use libgnomedbmm to connect to a PostgreSQL database. I am using a global ODBC connection with the DSN=playback. When I compile, I get no errors. However, when I run the program, I get this error message: Data
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
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
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*** glibmm 2.16.1: glibmm is a C++ API for glib, used by gtkmm. glibmm 2.16 wraps new API in glib 2.16, including the new gio library, and is API/ABI-compatibile with glibmm 2.14, 2.12, 2.10, 2.8, 2.6 and 2.4. It is a version of the glibmm-2.4 API. gtkmm and glibmm stay in-sync with GTK+ by
Hello, I'm trying to build gtkmm on Windows XP. I've already build with success libsigc++, and I have a working gtk-2.12.9dev installation. When I try to build glibmm, I get this errors (with latest cygwin utils and mingw gcc 3.4.5): make: Entering directory `c:/glibmm/glib/glibmm'