Im sending you this mail in order to get your help concerning how I could port my wGlade projects into Dev C++.
Ive Microsoft Windows XP Professional Edition installed on my computer (that is an Intel Celeron at 1800 Mhz and 128 MB of RAM).
I wanted to use wGlade and other open source software to set up my end of years project, but thats here that begin my problems with wGlade and Dev C++.
Ive designed an example that I named SampleTest (I enclosed in this mail all the files generated by wGlade and a screenshot of that dialog box), that I would like to build in an executable file (SampleTest.exe), but I never succed, because when I try to do it, the compilations log returns to my a big number that a beginner like me cant afford.
In my mind I think that the problem is not in the code generated by wGade, that I find clean, but rather from me who dont exactly know how to move this code to Dev C++, thats why from this example I would like you to give me the suitable instruction to port this code to Dev C++ to finally get my first executable. After, I will be able to repeat the same thing for my project.
This is what Ive done:
In Dev C++ in the new project dialog I chosed GUI ToolKit -> GTK 1.3 using DevEx, named my project SampleTest as a C program.
I added to this new project all the files generated by wGlade.
In project option dialog box I select use this makefile . and gave the path of the makefile given by wGlade
I leave the compiler and the parameters as the default choices.
Because Ive also wingtk installed on the same partition with Dev C++ + DevEx; my disc D:\, Ive only changed in the makefile C:\ to D:\ and made a copy of wingtk\icons\glade.ico on C:\ (I also enclose a copy of my makefile and the log of compilation in this mail), and set the path of my source code as C:\Documents and Settings\@kunin\Mes documents\Projets wGlade\SampleTest\src.
And I got the result attached.
My question is now what did I done as wrong? What should I do now? Or if you dont correctly understand my problem; how would you proceed to build this (or an) executable file when you have wGlade and Dev C++ 48910 + DevEx installed on your second partition D:\ ? A simple example would be good to me.
Awaiting for your quick response.
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