View Full Version : Can all gtkmm-2.4 examples can be compiled in one shot?

Jonas thomas
November 2nd, 2008, 07:08 PM
Hello all,
I've been studying automake for the past couple of weeks(a know enough to be dangerous) and now I'm moving on to gtkmm to start practicing automake and to learn gtkmm

I started working my way through gtkmm tutorial and got to here:http://www.gtkmm.org/docs/gtkmm-2.4/docs/tutorial/html/sec-helloworld.html

Now the tutorial mentions that all the samples included with gtkmm which I've found, but they're not set up with makefile.am's..

Now here's where it gets curious.
When I go here:http://www.gtkmm.org/docs/gtkmm-2.4/examples/book/
I see a Makefile.am and when I go into the lower samples I see additional Makefile.am.
I downloaded the tarball into my local directory and tried to expanded it but there are no makefiles. (perhaps I'm doing something wrong)..

What I was hoping for was project that included all the samples and a configure.ac that would compile them all into indivdual executable at once but not install? Browsing through the link that seems to be the intent, but I haven't figured out how to download this.

I was hoping to browse through with Nautilis, double click and see what happens. If it was something that was of interest I could study the sourse closer. Any ideas?