Alan Horkan wrote:
> On Thu, 27 Nov 2003, Mael wrote:
>>You still need to install gtk2 runtime from dropline
>>(http://www.dropline.net/gtk/) first, then run the setup and run
>>inkscape.exe (and enjoy :)
> I've installed GTK-Runtime-Environment-18.104.22.168.exe which seems to be the
> most up to date version available but I'm not having any joy. Basically I
> dont think Inkscape is finding my copy of GTK properly.
Best you can do is add foo/GTK/2.0/lib to your path in the autoexec.
A proposed by Mael (using batch file).
> I get the following two errors
> INTL.DLL is linked to missing export
> C:\Program Files\inkscape\inkscape.exe
> A device attached to the system is not functioning
> I've tried unsuccessfully both
> inkscape-0.36cvs-setup.exe and the earlier
> I'm running windows 98, but I will probably be able to test against
> windows 2000 this evening (and maybe Windows XP later in the week).
> Alan Horkan
I already tried the new one on Win98 and Win2K and it works ok in this
point. The problem with the font I already described.
There is this one bitmap <print direct> garbage. (BUG)
The latest (beta2) sodipodi crashes on the file open dialog, but this is
an other point.