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GTK+ version:
PHP-GTK 2 currently supports GTK+ 2.24.10 or greater. You can obtain the latest stable release of GTK+ 2.x from

PHP version:
PHP-GTK 2 Version Beta:
This is a test build of php 5.4 and php 5.5 with gtk 2.
His production use is at your own risk.
We do not assume any damage that may occur.
Please report bugs to

To run the php-gtk with php 5.4 you may need to install:
Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 SP1 Redistributable Package (x86)

To run the php-gtk with php 5.5 you may need to install:
Visual C++ Redistributable for Visual Studio 2012 Update 4

PHP-GTK 2 requires PHP 5.1.x or greater. The latest version of the PHP_5_2 branch in CVS will work, too.


GTK+ version:
PHP-GTK 1 currently supports GTK+ 1.2.6 or greater. You can obtain the latest stable release of GTK+ 1.2.x from

PHP version:
PHP-GTK 1 requires PHP 4.0.5 or greater, with versions from 1.0.1 up requiring PHP 4.3.x to build.

SVN Version

Alternatively, you can get the latest and greatest version of PHP-GTK directly from the PHP SVN server ou GitHub.

  1. PHP-GTK page on GitHub
    You can download the sources for the client github or else clone in a repo.

    You can also download directly through this link:

    Getting php-gtk on github by svn.

    For PHP-GTK 2:
    svn co php-gtk
    For PHP-GTK 1:
    svn co php-gtk
  2. cd into the source tree:
    cd php-gtk
  3. Configure and install:
    make install


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