Gtk# is a .Net/Mono language binding for the Gtk+ toolkit and several GNOME platform and desktop libraries. The GNOME 2.2 platform is currently targeted. Recently, 0.16 of Gtk# was released, codenamed “Groundhog Stew.” GtkSharpRSS was updated to take advantage of its new features.
Gtk# 0.16 Released
2004-02-09 Mono 7 Comments
This is some pretty cool stuff. On the other side of the x# world, MonoDevelop is preparing for a release.
As a note, I am coding the MonoDevelop web site, so there will be a web site for the 0.1 release (probably).
where might I find the C#/GTK# major mode for emacs? (I’ve done the search on google at it seems that it require 21.x where I am running 20.7).
Also, does anyone else have problems with ClearType on 21.x NTemacs on Windows ??? Just curious
Monodevelop could be the killer app that mono/gtk# needs. Not only that, but since Anjuta is basically dead and who knows if the fork will ever fruition, MonoDevelop could be the IDE for Gnome. Sharpdevelop was designed with multiple languages in mind, so coding in c/c++ support is just a matter of writing plugins.
GTK# also needs a good, integrated RAD and debugger tool on Monodevelop. When all this is done (and mono/gtk# is stable enough as well), then we are talking… 😉
OOooh, yeah baby! Bring it on, it’s almost shagadelic! Yeah baby!
(yeah, that means I like Gtk#
I know the anjuta developer who is an indian and has released a new version shortly. he even talked about during the linux banglore meet.
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