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== Homepage ==
== Homepage ==
== Status ==
== Tutorials and Demos ==
It currently works with Gtk+ 2.0 through to 2.8 on Unix, Win32 and MacOS X.
The widget function coverage is almost complete, only a few minor bits and pieces are missing.
It currently builds with ghc 5.04.3 through to 6.8.2
Some demonstration programs can be found at:
== Installation Notes ==
== Status ==
=== Mac OS X ===
==== Using the GTK+ OS X Framework ====
See [[Gtk2Hs/Installation#Supported_Versions]] for details on which systems should be able to build Gtk2Hs and which are known to be able to build Gtk2Hs.
This explains how to install Gtk2Hs on Macs using the native [ GTK+ OS X Framework], a port of GTK+ to the Mac that does '''not''' depend on X11, and hence, is better integrated into the Mac desktop - i.e., menus actually appear in the menu bar, where they belong. It also avoids the often tedious installation of GTK+ via MacPorts. However, it misses support for optional Gtk2Hs packages that are currently not supported by the [ GTK+ OS X Framework], most notably support for Glade. It does include support for Cairo, though.
== Installation Notes ==
Here is how to install the library:
# Download and install [ GTK+ OS X Framework] (this uses the standard Mac package installer).
# Install [ pkg-config], either by compiling it from source or via MacPorts.
# Download and unpack the Gtk2Hs tar ball from the [ Gtk2Hs download page] (I tested 0.10.0).
# Configure with (you may want to remove the two backslashes and put everything on one line)
env PKG_CONFIG_PATH=/Library/Frameworks/Cairo.framework/Resources/dev/lib/pkgconfig:\
/Library/Frameworks/Gtk.framework/Resources/dev/lib/pkgconfig ./configure --disable-gio
# Build with
# Install (to <tt>/usr/local/</tt> unless a <tt>--prefix</tt> option was passed to <tt>configure</tt>) with
sudo make install
The library is now registered with the package database of the GHC you used for compiling.
NB: Thanks to Ross Mellgren for his post on the gtk2hs-users list that outlined the use of <tt>PKG_CONFIG_PATH</tt>.
==== Article as of Mid 2008 ====
Installing Gtk2Hs on Mac requires some finesse, at least until Haskell Libary Platform is built or ghc-6.8.3 is
available in macports. (These are planned for late 2008.)
* Install [ MacPorts]
* Install dependencies:
sudo port insatll glade3 libglade2 gstreamer gst-plugins-base gtksourceview cairo librsvg gtkglext firefox
* Update PKG_CONFIG_PATH (for libraries)
export PKG_CONFIG_PATH=/usr/lib/pkgconfig:/usr/local/lib/pkgconfig:/opt/local/lib/pkgconfig
* Update ghc to use macports libs: Edit your main <tt>ghc</tt> driver program and change the last line to:
exec $GHCBIN $TOPDIROPT ${1+"$@"} -L/opt/local/lib -I/opt/local/include
* Download Gtk2Hs following instructions at [ Gtk2Hs Download page]
* Check configuration:
./configure --enable-docs --enable-profiling
* Configuration completed successfully.
* The following packages will be built:
* glib : yes
* gtk : yes
* glade : yes
* cairo : yes
* svgcairo : yes
* gtkglext : yes
* gconf : yes
* sourceview : yes
* mozembed : yes
* soegtk : yes
* gnomevfs : yes
* gstreamer : yes
* documentation : yes
* Now do "(g)make" followed by "(g)make install"
* Build and Install:
sudo make install
==== Recent experiences ====
See [[Gtk2Hs/Installation]].
I successfully installed the latest version on Mac OS 10.5 by:
* Installing Macports.
* <tt>sudo port install ghc</tt>
* <tt>sudo port install gtk2hs</tt> - which does not complete successfully. It does however, install the appropriate dependencies. Note that there are so many, you may need to install a couple of times due to time outs etc.. The build of Gtk2HS will fail, but that is ok - continue as below.
* Remove the build directory under <tt>/opt/.../build/gtk2hs</tt>
* Download Gtk2Hs via darcs as per [ the gtk2hs download instructions]
* do a <tt>sudo port install automake</tt>
* do a <tt>sudo port install alex</tt>
* do a <tt>sudo port install happy</tt> (Note this also fails and must be built from source. See the [[Happy]] page for details.)
* Follow the build instructions on the [ the gtk2hs download page]. I would suggest using <tt>./configure --prefix=/opt/local</tt> to get it in the same place as ports - personal preference though.
Good luck - as usual, your mileage may vary.
== Demos ==
== Demos ==
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These are links to FAQS on the main site.
These are links to FAQS on the main site.
*[ Hiding the console on windows]
*[ Hiding the console on windows]
*[ Writing multi-threaded GUIs]
*[ Building on Windows]
*[ Checkout instructions]. Also see [[Darcs]]
*[ Checkout instructions]. Also see [[Darcs]]

Latest revision as of 20:16, 1 December 2012


[edit] 1 What is it?

Gtk2Hs is a Haskell binding to Gtk+ 2.x. Using it, one can write Gtk+ based applications with GHC.

[edit] 2 Homepage

[edit] 3 Tutorials and Demos

Some demonstration programs can be found at:

[edit] 4 Status

See Gtk2Hs/Installation#Supported_Versions for details on which systems should be able to build Gtk2Hs and which are known to be able to build Gtk2Hs.

[edit] 5 Installation Notes

See Gtk2Hs/Installation.

[edit] 6 Demos

[edit] 6.1 OpenGL and Gtk2Hs


Gtk2Hs/Demos/GtkGLext/terrain.hs requires Gtk2Hs/Demos/GtkGLext/terrain.xpm

[edit] 7 FAQs

These are links to FAQS on the main site.