[Gtk-sharp-list] Beginning with Glade-sharp.

J.Manrique Lopez jsmanrique_lopez@yahoo.es
Mon, 24 Feb 2003 01:16:40 +0100 (CET)

 --- fd <fd0h1440@yahoo.co.uk> escribió: 
> The problem is that woody is getting a little long
> in the tooth and
> doesn't come with many of the dependencies that
> non-core Gtk# bindings
> need. For example, the libraries for the Gtk+ 2.0
> Glade and GNOME 2.0
> aren't in woody, so we can't depend on them.

Yes, maybe, but if have understood right, you can
develop gtk# using Glade-2 and libglade.. To compile
Glade-2 I have needed most of (maybe all) Gnome-2 dev
packages, so most of dependencies are there.

The problem for me is, how to develp "easy and fast"
if Glade# supported in Woody?

> Having said this, there are a number of unofficial
> GNOME 2.2
> repositories becoming available, including one at
> debianplanet.org. Once
> the dust settles down, it might be possible to
> depend on the GNOME
> library versions from this archive, but there would
> have to be more
> evidence that people really do want Glade# and
> Gnome# bindings on woody.

Well, I am not sure if people want Glade# in Woody or
not, but without it gtk# development is not the same.

> Of course, the complete set of bindings is always
> available if you
> switch to sid..

As I said before, I would like staying in Woody. The
Gnome2 packages I am using are from Gustavo Noronha as
is explained here:


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