De : mathog <mathog@...1176...>
2. Download mingw-getinst-20120426.exe from sourceforge. Run it,
install C,C++ compilers and Mingw Devel.
This resulted in gcc 4.7.2 and w32api and iconv installed (the
latter two had to be installed separately last time.).
It's a known issue, compiling with gcc4.7 deosn't work and you need 4.6 (4.5
should also work) instead.
Note that it's unrelated to the new devlibs. Compiling with r32 and gcc4.7 would also
11. My understanding was that all of the dll's had to be
work with the newer compiler due to
a change in the calling convention, however many of the dll's in
devlibs36 have the same md5sum's as do
the ones in devlibs32. libglibmm isn't one of these, but libglib is,
as is aspell and aspell-import.
Some libs are downloaded directly from ftp.gnome.org
, when they are provided as win32
binaries. It's the case for gtk, glib, and some dependencies. But other libs, such as
glibmm, atkmm, gtkmm, cairo, cairomm, are local builds. We could of course compile
everything from the source, but keep in mind that some libs are somewhat tricky to compile