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but since I have glade and pidgin installed I figured that would be enough
I tried copying the GTK+ dll files from glade and pidgin to the TIEmu folder
In the general case, don't do that, and not just for TIEmu.Duplicating DLL files around (all the more they're incompatible...) only causes problems due to the aforementioned Windows DLL loader limitation.
It's annoying that the Gladewin32 runtime cannot be installed on Win 8.1...The newest available Windows build of TIEmu is more than 5 years old by now, http://lpg.ticalc.org/prj_tiemu/downloads/setup.exe . There are very few users of TIEmu left because most people are simply no longer interested in the TI-68k series anymore - sad but true.
BTW: as far as TI-68k C/ASM toolchains are concerned, GCC4TI is a better choice than the unmaintained TIGCC, which has more bugs, fewer features, fewer optimizations...But there are even fewer TI-68k native code developers than TIEmu users.
(yeah, yeah..."lol window$ n00b get a real mans OS lol!!!1").
Thanks a ton for your help with that installer link!
Unfortunately it looks like the GCC4TI website (http://trac.godzil.net/gcc4ti/) does not contain distributions anymore.
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