I read that these set of libraries are cross platform to windows also, Any
word on it?
I just downloaded the wxWindows library for GTK and I'm running into
trouble trying to install it. I have RedHad Linux 6, which already
has GTK+ 1.2.something (wxWindows requires 1.0.6)
I gunzip and expand the tgz file, and it creates a bunch of files and
directories (as expected, presumably).
Then I follow the instructions (I run ./configure, then make), and while
compiling it gives a few dozen compiler errors!
In the README file, they say that if you get compiler errors, then your
compiler is broken (very funny, these guys!! ;-)). But the errors
that the compiler is reporting sound to me as legitimate errors
(parameters in a function call not matching the prototype, trying to
access identifiers that are not members of some structures, etc.).
They say that broken compilers include almost anything called gcc, and
they suggest that I use egcs. But, 1) the Makefile is already done
(by them, not by me!), so I wouldn't know for sure how to control
that. And, 2), isn't gcc the same (something like an alias) as egcs??
Any ideas? hints?
I could post the (very long) list of compiler errors if you think
it's necessary (somehow I suspect this may be a common problem)
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