On Thu, May 29, 2008 at 2:31 PM, Damon Register <email@example.com
Meir Yanovich wrote:Glade is probably your answer. I am just learning it but I see it is
> Hello all
> i need to build win32 win application , using mingw lib
> is there some kind of gui editor for free out there ?
> like the resource editor in visual studio ide
a good program. You can get pre-compiled binaries here
You can find some instructions to help you get it working
Tor Lillqvist responded to that thread saying it was better to
use the more current collection from
http://www.gtk.org/download-windows.html. I am still working
on that one. Using the instructions from
you will get a slightly outdated but functioning setup for
I just realized that you requested a gui editor but never
mentioned what graphical toolset you intended to use. I mentioned
Glade and gtk because that is what I am working on at the moment.
There is also Qt from Trolltech that I believe comes with a gui
editor but the licensing is a little more complicated.
That depends of what you intend to do with your application, if it is going to be open source (GPLed to be more precise), then you can downlaod Qt open source version which comes under the GPL license.
Also I would recommend having a look at the wxWidgets toolkit (www.wxwidgets,org
) using wxFormBuilder as the form designer and CodeLite as the IDE (www.wxformbuilder.org
have to check that out for yourself.