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Build Pango for Windows

Bogdan Nikolic

Hi all,

I need binary distribution of Pango for Windows. 

I have limited experience using cygwin and I wasn't able to build Pango from source. Links for Windows builds of Pango on this page http://www.pango.org/Download are outdated.

I need either:

  1. Windows binary distribution for the latest version of Pango, or even better
  2. Step by step guide how to build Pango on Windows.
Thanks,

Bogdan


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Re: Build Pango for Windows

Theo Veenker-2
On 10/24/2016 04:13 PM, Bogdan Nikolic wrote:

> Hi all,
>
> I need binary distribution of Pango for Windows.
>
> I have limited experience using cygwin and I wasn't able to build Pango from source. Links
> for Windows builds of Pango on this page http://www.pango.org/Download are outdated.
>
> I need either:
>
>  1. Windows binary distribution for the latest version of Pango, or even better

Go to http://win32builder.gnome.org/ and get the appropriate bundle. It's all in there.

>  2. Step by step guide how to build Pango on Windows.

Me too. Pango without the gtk-stuff would be nice, but alas.

Theo

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Re: Build Pango for Windows

Guy Sherman
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Hi Bogdan,

I found this link quite useful: https://wiki.gnome.org/Projects/GTK+/Win32/MSVCCompilationOfGTKStack, it gives libs built by msvc (if that is of any use to you).

If you run into trouble I have a reasonably recent build (a couple of months old) that I can send you.

Thanks,

Guy.

On Mon, Oct 24, 2016 at 3:13 PM, Bogdan Nikolic <[hidden email]> wrote:

Hi all,

I need binary distribution of Pango for Windows. 

I have limited experience using cygwin and I wasn't able to build Pango from source. Links for Windows builds of Pango on this page http://www.pango.org/Download are outdated.

I need either:

  1. Windows binary distribution for the latest version of Pango, or even better
  2. Step by step guide how to build Pango on Windows.
Thanks,

Bogdan


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Re: Build Pango for Windows

Bill Kelly
Hi,

> I found this link quite useful:
> https://wiki.gnome.org/Projects/GTK+/Win32/MSVCCompilationOfGTKStack, it
> gives libs built by msvc (if that is of any use to you).

An alternative is here: https://github.com/wingtk/gtk-win32

Their Python script automates building the whole dependency tree.


By default their script expects various dependencies on the root of C: drive.
However, it accepts overrides.  Here's an example invocation for building
GTK3 with VS2015 on Win64, with dependencies in non-default locations:

python ./build.py build -p x64 -c release --clean --build-dir P:/code/gtk-build --msys-dir C:/dev/msys64 --perl-dir C:/dev/perl520/x64 --python-dir C:/dev/python27 --vs-ver 14 --vs-install-path C:/dev/vs-2015 --cmake-path M:/dev/cmake-3.6.2-win64-x64/bin gtk3


Regards,

Bill

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Re: Build Pango for Windows

William Kappler
I suggest looking at MSYS2: http://msys2.github.io/

I use it for a project I am working on. It has a pre-built package for Pango (32 and 64), latest version is 1.40.3. There are also a bunch of other open source packages that are usually hard to find for Windows, all built to work together properly.


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On Mon, Oct 24, 2016 at 7:42 PM, Bill Kelly <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi,

> I found this link quite useful:
> https://wiki.gnome.org/Projects/GTK+/Win32/MSVCCompilationOfGTKStack, it
> gives libs built by msvc (if that is of any use to you).

An alternative is here: https://github.com/wingtk/gtk-win32

Their Python script automates building the whole dependency tree.


By default their script expects various dependencies on the root of C: drive.
However, it accepts overrides.  Here's an example invocation for building
GTK3 with VS2015 on Win64, with dependencies in non-default locations:

python ./build.py build -p x64 -c release --clean --build-dir P:/code/gtk-build --msys-dir C:/dev/msys64 --perl-dir C:/dev/perl520/x64 --python-dir C:/dev/python27 --vs-ver 14 --vs-install-path C:/dev/vs-2015 --cmake-path M:/dev/cmake-3.6.2-win64-x64/bin gtk3


Regards,

Bill

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Re: Build Pango for Windows

Guy Sherman
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Hi Bill,

Wow, that's very useful, I'll keep that in mind next time I decide to rebuild my libs! (Might even put it on my build server!)

Thanks,

Guy.

On Tue, Oct 25, 2016 at 12:42 AM, Bill Kelly <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi,

> I found this link quite useful:
> https://wiki.gnome.org/Projects/GTK+/Win32/MSVCCompilationOfGTKStack, it
> gives libs built by msvc (if that is of any use to you).

An alternative is here: https://github.com/wingtk/gtk-win32

Their Python script automates building the whole dependency tree.


By default their script expects various dependencies on the root of C: drive.
However, it accepts overrides.  Here's an example invocation for building
GTK3 with VS2015 on Win64, with dependencies in non-default locations:

python ./build.py build -p x64 -c release --clean --build-dir P:/code/gtk-build --msys-dir C:/dev/msys64 --perl-dir C:/dev/perl520/x64 --python-dir C:/dev/python27 --vs-ver 14 --vs-install-path C:/dev/vs-2015 --cmake-path M:/dev/cmake-3.6.2-win64-x64/bin gtk3


Regards,

Bill




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