Linked by Eugenia Loli on Tue 25th May 2004 03:27 UTC
Gnome I am much into learning all-about-Gnome development lately, using GTK# and Mono. Unfortunately, the Mono/GTK# documentation is not that complete in regards of developing Gnome applications and this has being quite a stumbling block. The release of the "Official GNOME 2 Developer's Guide" book felt like a godsend to help clarify a few points about the GTK+ and Gnome architecture. But was it really?
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by David on Tue 25th May 2004 11:50 UTC

Anjuta autocompletes as-you-type your code: this applies not only to APIs in the libraries (like Glib) but also to variables, functions et cetera that you just defined.

I'm not familiar much with Gnome tools, but didn't Anjuta get stopped at some point and a an IDE called Scaffold came along? It looked pretty good.