Nathan Viswa wrote:
> Nathan Viswa wrote:
>> Marc Heiler wrote:
>>>> Anyother libraries like glib gtk+ are required?
>>> Now that you mention it, it could be that you have to install the GTK
>>> BUT i am not sure of this ... but you could try too, just in case this
>>> resolves your problem. By the way, one day you manage to have it working
>>> - sometimes things magically solve itself if given enough time and pause
>>> I have gtk+-2.10.13.exe here
>> do glib and gtk+ go together? do have glib in your system for gtk2 to
>> are they in \ruby? do i have to put them in path? thanks for your
>> why no body else is responding! think there install went smoothly also!
> I think there are few more things to do before gtk2 install.
> Can somebody confirm, before I venture into this quicksand!
> If I have to install them, will they go in separate folders?
> Are they to be included in PATH? Do thay have to be in C: drive?
> GTK+ libs for windows
> 1. glib-2.14.4.zip. Runtime for GLib 2.14.4. got
> Requires libiconv and ?
> gettext-runtime. ?
> 2. gtk+-2.12.3.zip. Runtime for GTK+ 2.12.3. got
> Requires GLib 2.14, got
> atk 1.20, got
> Pango 1.18 got
> cairo 1.4, got
> libpng, ?
> zlib, ?
> libjpeg and ?
> libtiff. ?
> 3. pango-1.18.3.zip. Pango is used by GTK+ 2 and GIMP. got
> Requires GLib 2.14 and got
> cairo 1.4. got
> 4. cairo-1.4.10.zip. Cairo is used by GTK+ and Pango. got
> 5. atk-1.20.0.zip. Atk is used by GTK+. got
> ATK-Accessibility Tool Kit
> GLIB-GNU Lib: Lower lvl lib for GTK-GNU Tool Kit, GDK-GIMP Drawing
> GIMP-GNU Image Manipulation Program
> GTK-GNU Tool Kit
> GDK-GIMP Drawing Kit
> PANGO-Lib for rendering text
> Cairo-Lib for a vector graphics-based, device-independent API for
> software developers.
> 6. Install Ruby
> 7. Insatll Ruby/GTK2. Where? Path?
Made some progress!
Folllowed the instructions in:
Error: proc entrypoint xml_setdoctypedeclhandler could not be located
in dynlnklib xmlparse.dll
Mar 6 2006, 07:03 PM
Shaun06, here's how you go about fixing your GIMP:
Run a search on your computer for the files xmlparse.dll and xmltok.dll.
You should see two copies of each file, one in C:\Windows\system32 and
one in your GTK2/GIMP folders where you have GIMP installed.
The files in your GTK2/GIMP folders are the newer versions of those
(you may notice that they're slightly larger in size), but for some
they sometimes don't install properly. Anyway, copy both files for your
over to your system32 folder, and that's it. GIMP should work perfectly
for you now. =^^=
did this and got reply true! WoW
irb(main):002:0> require 'gtk2'
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