Tag Archives: libraries

GTK+ goodies

I am finally able to provide an up-to-date GTK+2 runtime for all versions of Windows (32 and 64 bits) along with updates to a number of my applications. The installer was created along the lines of Alexander Shaduri’s Windows installer for … Continue reading

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GTK+ runtime success

I just finished putting together my new build environment based on MSYS2 and I can happily build my applications based on GTK+2, which will then work on the rest of my testing PCs once I install the runtime package that I’ve … Continue reading

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glib and GTK+ “fun”

This evening I had quite some “fun” testing a weird behaviour that’s occurring with pretty much all of my GTK+ applications that use glib’s function g_file_get_contents() when compiled against glib 2.28.0 but run against glib 2.52.0. I don’t think it’s a glib issue per … Continue reading

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GTK+ installer for version 2.24.31 testing

I am testing the installer I made for GTK+ 2.24.31 with excellent results so far 🙂 Here’s the IECHost GUI Client running on Windows 10 64-bit: even the firmware update option is working as expected!

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GTK+ version 2 and 3 on Windows: updates

In the afternoon today I’ve been having another look at GTK+ 3 and I have to admit that albeit the look and feel of the resulting applications is quite nice on Windows 10 (yes, haven’t downgraded to Windows 7 just … Continue reading

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Touch screen update

Today I’ve been reviewing the relevant documentation about the touch screen panel mounted on the 2.8 inch ILI display I intend to use for future projects. I think it’s all pretty much straightforward to integrate in my framework, including a … Continue reading

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More on STM32Cube and the Standard Peripheral Library

This evening I decided to have a go at flipping the LED on my STM32 board using STM32CubeMX to generate a TrueSTUDIO project. Within the project I decided to use the SysTick timer to implement the “flipping” code. After appreciating … Continue reading

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