> GTK+ and GLib 2.0.6 Released
GTK+ and GLib 2.0.6 Released
Version 2.0.6 of the GTK+ widget toolkit and associated libraries (GLib, Pango, and ATK) is now available. This is a bug-fix release. Announcements for GTK+ and GLib. Update: On a related note, GTK# 0.3 was released only a few days ago.
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they need to have better documentation….why does Ximian not do that and then they can bundle that into a developer version of there DTE.
to do with gtk. redhat has more people working on gtk than ximian does, iirc
however, it would be a great way for Ximian to make money since there are tons of GTK + developers that hate the crappy documentation….sell some docs for 20 bucks or something
Ximian would get flamed to death if they would produce proprietory documentation. =)
But maybe packing all the nice free documentation together and selling it as a fine book would be nice.
I don’t think the online documentation is that bad btw. Some parts might be missing still.
yay for gtk+ of the week.
Well, i personally stil use gtk+-1.2 because of the lack of documentation about the 2.0 version of this lib. I have a book which explain all the stuff i need, but iirc, there is no book that covers gtk+-2.0… Look at Trolltech and Qt, all the stuff you need is available on their website. Not in downloadable format but it is a precious data base. That’s what should do the gtk team. Good documentation is very important, more than a good code (it’s my opinion though)…