I want to carry to your attention, my little contribute to the GTK+
project: two guides to compile C applications using GTK+ on Win32.
Differently from Linux, on Win32 the build tool chain isn't easily
configured or standard.
1 - An HowTo for compiling applications with GTK+ using the Cygwin tool
chain, but GTK+-win32 2.12 back end.
To me seem more familiar to use a complete GNU/Posix environment to
develop applications, also when Windows is running.
This guide is thinked for Linux aware users:
http://users.libero.it/efa/gtkCygwinEn.html (sorry for my bad English)
2 - I also wrote another HowTo to develop using the IDE Dev-C++
(packaged together MinGW) with the GTK+-2.12 devpack.
This guide is thinked for Win32 only users:
http://users.libero.it/efa/gtkDev-C++En.html In this case, I'm still adding instruction for use pkg-config to
automatically generate the correct compile and link options for Dev-C++.
Both instructions are completed with an example to test the tool chain,
GTK+ binary runtime links, and packaging instructions.
I'm currently working to update the installers of devel binary packages
and instructions to the latest GTK+-2.14 series from gnome.org
When ready I will add other steps to use Glade3/libglade/GtkBuilder on
Win32, valid for both approaches.
If you want to comment or correct some imprecisions and errors, surely
present, you are welcomed.