It works. And from my testing it's running perfectly fine... possibly
slightly faster for some reason, as it seems to be a little more
responsive than many builds have from the past couple weeks. Is there
anything in particular you'd like tested with it?
[mailto:inkscape-devel-admin@...] On Behalf Of Bob
Sent: Thursday, September 23, 2004 10:04 AM
Subject: [Inkscape-devel] New Win32 build, and a gtkmm question
I built another Win32 copy this morning, almost same as usual,
but this one has several differences. If someone could test it
to see if it works, I would appreciate it.
This was a clean build using newer versions of MinGW's
mingw-runtime, win32api, binutils, and the release candidate of
their gcc-3.4.2 diffs. I think they are preparing for another
complete release, which would be wonderful for our
If this newer stuff works OK, I will upload tomorrow.
In addition, this is using newer bugfix versions of Gtk and Glib
from Tor Lillqvist's site.
So please let me know how it works!
(On another topic, but with that build)...
Also, note the changed Trace dialog. Can someone please tell me
how to pack that Preview button so it doesn't stretch? :-) I
tried a lot of combinations with no success.
In addition, I added an Abort button, and a callback. In a day
or two I will have the tracing method launched in a thread, so
that it will not lock up the gui. Now I need to get with Peter
to see how to abort tracing. Maybe a kill flag?
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