Yes, first of all, I know GTK+2 is obsolete.
Second, I’m not developer, but yes a tester, so if I question something stupid I expect don’t to bother anyone.
I wanted to fix a ReactOS bug (that is a Windows NT clone) that involves software (f.e. Ardour, GIMP, some GTK-demo bundles and etc) that should work under Windows XP. Probably located inside the USER32, Win32k.sys libraries, and related to gdk-win32+intdl, or some of those libraries, but it’s really difficult to dig into it because of the complex libraries that GTK+ have and the silence of the output in that release programs.
It is stacking in a bucle that shows a cursor clock “thinking” and freeze the window.
I really want to know how to get the bt, under Windows as possible, and every single detail of the software that potentially could help me. I have seen some tickets that talks about gdb.exe that is in a MinGW repo, but I haven’t found the point to make it work.
To add more info, I took a look into a workaround that in a concrete version of the GTK+ Win32 Bundle, allows me to get into the quoted software (Ardour, GIMP, GTK-demos and etc).
Thanks you really much.