Gtk3 provides Perl bindings to the 3.x series of the gtk+ toolkit. It
allows you to write graphical user interfaces in a Perlish and
object-oriented way, freeing you from the casting and memory
management in C, yet remaining very close in spirit to the original
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> I've just built Gtk3-0.031 on MS Windows (using the Gtk+ binaries provided
> by the msys2 project).
> All test pass, but there's a lot of noise (see attached t.txt).
> Is there something happening there that needs attention ?
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From: Daniel Kasak
Sent: Thursday, April 27, 2017 8:52 AM
To: [hidden email] Cc: Brian Manning ; GTK-Perl List
Subject: Re: Gtk3 0.031 available
> Woah! What's missing is posting those binaries online :) Pretty please
That particular build is generally unportable.
It will probably work ok on any perl-5.24.x built using a Microsoft
compiler, or a mingw-built perl-5.24.x that was built using gcc-5.4.0.
But, for other perl-5.24.x builds that don't fit those conditions, you could
expect problems with missing dll "entry points".
I do, however, have portable (hacked) binaries for Glib-1.325, Cairo-1.106,
Cairo-GObject-1.004, Gnome2-Canvas-1.002, Pango-1.227, Gtk2-1.24992,
Gtk2-GladeXML-1.007, Gtk2-WebKit, HTTP-Soup-0.02 (git),
Glib-Object-Introspection-0.042, Image-RSVG-0.07 and Gtk3-0.031.
(Full listing of all ppm packages is at
NOTE: These Gtk+-based modules are standalone and insular - ie they take no
notice of any Gtk+ installation that is in the user's path.
The Gtk3 package isn't quite right yet.
The t/overrides.t test script is crashing because "schemas" are missing - so
I need to sort out what I've messed up there. (All other tests pass.)