I wanted to use the latest version of Glade on Windows, but the pre-built binaries available on the official site were quite old. After poking around, it appeared that MSYS2 had a package for this. I installed the MSYS2 package and was ready to rock.
Afterwards, I realized I wanted to distribute just the Glade binaries. While I recognize that there are a number of projects that do this for you (i.e. build a Windows installer from an MSYS2 package), I decided to experimented by hand.
I got the list of files that were installed with the Glade package. I used this command: pacman -Qlq mingw-w64-x86_64-glade
I copied those files to a new directory tree.
I copied over the DLLs that glade.exe depended on.
I needed to stand up a simple web server to test some WebGL code. It turns out that if you just need a basic HTTP server, Python has you covered in their standard library! You just run the following from what you want to be your web root folder: