From: Bob Jamison <rwjj@ea...> - 2006-08-21 00:55:17
Although we have been keeping somewhat up-to-date with
bugfix versions of the gtk+ C libs for the last year, the C++
libraries (libsigc++, glibmm, gtkmm) have not been updated
at all in that same time, and I have been worried that a
mismatch might start generating bugs.
So today I built those libs atop the current gtk+ libs, and uploaded
You don't really -need- this one, but if you use it, there is one small
difference. Since the previous gtkmm set was built with the
cross-compiler, the variable GLIBMM_DLL was not defined properly.
So to make the compiling and linking with DLLs work ok, we define
it in Makefile.mingw.common as -DGLIBMM_DLL.
In the new set, that variable exists properly, so you will get
warnings that GLIBMM_DLL has been redefined. I guess in a week or
so it would be good to take it out. But for people who have the new
stuff it is a warning and with the old stuff, it is an error. Better safe