Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 31st Mar 2010 22:10 UTC, submitted by aaronb
Gnome The GNOME team has released version 2.30 of their open source desktop environment. "The GNOME Project's focus on users and usability continues in GNOME 2.30 with its hundreds of bug fixes and user-requested improvements. The sheer number of enhancements makes it impossible to list every change and improvement made."
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RE: Tomboy and Mono
by KAMiKAZOW on Thu 1st Apr 2010 12:49 UTC in reply to "Tomboy and Mono"
KAMiKAZOW
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2005-07-06

Mono is part of GNOME's default installation, because by default Tomboy is also included. If you don't install Tomboy then Mono is not required.

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RE[2]: Tomboy and Mono
by jabjoe on Thu 1st Apr 2010 13:50 in reply to "RE: Tomboy and Mono"
jabjoe Member since:
2009-05-06

If it can still be stripped out, that's good enough for me. Cheers. :-)

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RE[2]: Tomboy and Mono
by dragSidious on Thu 1st Apr 2010 18:16 in reply to "RE: Tomboy and Mono"
dragSidious Member since:
2009-04-17

C# is one of the 'official' languages for Gnome.

C#, Python, and C are the languages used in the default install for the Gnome upstream project....

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RE[3]: Tomboy and Mono
by lemur2 on Fri 2nd Apr 2010 11:36 in reply to "RE[2]: Tomboy and Mono"
lemur2 Member since:
2007-02-17

C# is one of the 'official' languages for Gnome.

C#, Python, and C are the languages used in the default install for the Gnome upstream project....


C++, Ruby and Python would perhaps be the 'official' languages for KDE.

http://techbase.kde.org/Development/Languages

Although C# is listed, I don't know of a single project that uses C#/Qt/KDE. Dose anyone?

To write applications targeted for both, one's logical choice would be Python.

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