I’m trying to build a program that requires GTK+ on Windows. However, the make process didn’t terminate because apparently the program uses GLib codes that are only available in versions 2.38 and above (and the one that came with the bundle version of GTK+ I have installed is only v2.0).
I have tried to integrate the v2.38 codes in the current program since there is technically only 1 function needed and I didn’t want to waste time upgrading GLib, but it failed. I have also tried to replace the whole GLib directory with the newer version (maybe not a good idea), but it made more harm than good.
Maybe just upgrading GLib would be less complicated after all. But I have no idea on how to do that.
What can I do?