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How to compile GLib as a static library on Windows ?

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Hello,

I would like to compile GLib as a static library on Windows XP with
MinGW if possible.

I downloaded GLib and needed librairies,
but only the .dll files are included in the zip file.

I manage to create a static lib project with CodeBlocks IDE.
and I manage to use Glib as a dynamic lib but not as a static one.

Can anyone help me or provide me a link which could help?

Thanks
Jun 8 '07 #1
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Loic Mahe wrote:
I would like to compile GLib as a static library on Windows XP with
MinGW if possible.

I downloaded GLib and needed librairies,
but only the .dll files are included in the zip file.

I manage to create a static lib project with CodeBlocks IDE.
and I manage to use Glib as a dynamic lib but not as a static one.

Can anyone help me or provide me a link which could help?
"GLib is the low-level core library that forms the basis of GTK+ and
GNOME. It provides data structure handling for C, portability wrappers,
and interfaces for such runtime functionality as an event loop, threads,
dynamic loading, and an object system."

http://www.gtk.org/mailinglists.html

gtk-list

This is the main mailing list, and probably the one you should ask
questions about GTK+. The topic of this list is general topics related
to GTK+, including everything from discussion of proposed new features
to questions about compiling GTK+.
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