[Gtk-sharp-list] Re: [Mono-list] gtk-sharp-0.1 released
Ravi Pratap M
10 Apr 2002 09:58:23 -0500
This is great news indeed - congrats to everybody who made this
I can't wait to try it out !
On Wed, 2002-04-10 at 00:18, Mike Kestner wrote:
> Announcing the first public release of Gtk#, codenamed Buttonhook.
> Binaries and source available for immediate download at
> About Gtk#:
> Gtk# is a C# language binding for the Gtk+ toolkit. It exposes the
> Gtk+-2.0 API via a nice set of C# classes for your GUI programming
> At least that's what it will eventually do. Right now, all we're sure
> it does is run a Hello World app and a simple Button pressing demo app.
> We invite you to kick the tires and send us lots of bug reports, if you
> are the type that likes to adopt technologies long before they do much
> of anything useful.
> You will need a gtk-x11-2.0 installation on linux in order to run the
> samples and utilize the Gtk# dll's. To hack on Gtk#, you still need a
> win32 machine with the .Net Framework installed, as the binding cannot
> be compiled on linux yet. Hopefully, complete self-hosting on linux is
> just around the corner. You will also need a mono installation newer
> than release 0.10. At time of release, that means CVS or a nightly
> Thanks to Ximian and the Mono project for CVS hosting. Thanks to
> Sourceforge for project hosting. Thanks to Bob Smith for early
> conceptual work on the signal handling system. Thanks to all of the mono
> team for a quickly maturing framework to build on. Thanks to my wife for
> not complaining about me hacking in my lazyboy when I could instead have
> been showering affection down on her.
> Discussion of Gtk# occurs at email@example.com. Questions and
> bug reports should be directed there.
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