How to bind GNU Assembler to Glade

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How to bind GNU Assembler to Glade

Post by Arikania » Thu Jan 19, 2017 10:56 pm

I use mint 17.1 Cinnamon.

I am not quite sure if it is can be done, but the examples that I found on internet imply that GTK is compiled by GCC. Therefore I assume it should be possible.

My goal is to use Glade to create interfaces for the assembly programs that I write. And, if possible, to create listings that way that show me how to write that GUI directly in an XML style format instead, i.e. omitting Glade.

Is that possible?

I am busy learning about 64 bit x86 assembly for Linux at the moment, but I haven't quite figured out how to use Glade yet.
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