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I'm a newbie to forum so I apologise if I have posted this in the wrong forum.
I have an application that has been developed on SUSE 9.3, gcc 3.3.5 and the gui have been done in glade. I used the "glade_xml_signal_autoconnect" function to get my signal callbacks to work.
I now need to port my application over to windows. I am using MinGW and compiled the code fine but when I startup my executable I get the main GUI up but none of my signals seem to be picked up my the callbacks.cpp file. I suspect it is something to do with my autoconnect function.
I was wondering if anyone else have come across this problem or does anyone know of a way of compiling the application that allows the autoconnect function to work.