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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More Pictures?!?!!
by James Dixon on Wed 26th May 2004 18:54 UTC

This is a programming book! Pictures are a waste of space; if you want to see what the app looks like, try compiling and running it.

I thought this book was excellent. It could have easily topped 600+ pages with some fluff added, but I'm glad it didn't.