[Mono-devel-list] Gecko-sharp on Windows
Francisco T. Martinez
martinf at mfconsulting.com
Wed Mar 2 07:03:24 EST 2005
Mike Flippin wrote:
> I have been trying to get gecko-sharp working on Windows and have run
> into nothing but trouble with both the .NET framework and Mono. Is
> Gecko-sharp going to be included in a future version of the Windows
> installer? Is there some place where I can download a binary installer
> that'll run as is? Thanks.
I would suggest that you look into this document:
Notice the order in which you see things being install. You don't have
to install Visual Studio if you don't want to but at the very least if
you are going to do applications that build using Microsoft C# compiler
(csc.exe) then get the .NET Framework SDK 1.1
I recommend you this because the Gtk# Win32 Installer for the .NET
Framework SDK includes a code sample of a Glade#/Gecko# application that
you could use to guide your future efforts. If you only want to have
the Mono 1.1.4 for Windows installed on your computer, then installing
the GRE will do.
The Gecko Rendering Engine (GRE) as we are trying to implemented on
Windows is in an early stage. I have decided not to couple the
installer of the GRE with the installer of either the Mono 1.1.4
Installer or the Gtk# Runtime and SDK installers for Windows. The
library modules that bind the embedded Mozilla GRE are distributed and
already part of the respective GAC (MS and Mono where appropriate), so
you just need to install the GRE and then just compile the Browser
Sample I mentioned above.
Hope this helps.
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