Linked by Eugenia Loli on Wed 23rd May 2007 09:13 UTC
GTK+ Often I complain that GTK+ documentation (non-reference) is non-existent. The few GTK+ books that were ever written are now old and most of their included source code does not even compile anymore. All hail "Foundations of GTK+ Development" by Andrew Krause.
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Great News
by iiifrank on Wed 23rd May 2007 16:29 UTC
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This is just fantastic news. While I generally use ruby-gtk2 or pygtk, the bindings are very true to the C API and this will help tremendously.

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