[Gtk-sharp-list] Gtk# version 0.8 released

Charles Iliya Krempeaux charles@reptile.ca
24 Feb 2003 11:41:18 -0800


The Gtk# website should probably be updated to reflect this.
(It still says 0.7, as the newest release.)

It would also probably be nice (for end users) to get RPMs,
DEBs, and a Win32 package for Gtk# also.  (Do we still have
people actively maintaining these packages?)

Also, a link to the source code tarball should also probably
be put on the homepage, next to the RPM, DEB, and Win32 links.
(Although you'd probably have to change the label from "Binary
Packages" to just "Packages".)

Also, while we are talking about the Gtk# website, could we get
this link added:

  GNOME.NET section of the Mono Handbook

This is a good starting place for new end developers.  (The website
should probably mention that this is still a work in progress.  But
is still useful.)

See ya

On Mon, 2003-02-24 at 00:42, Mike Kestner wrote:
> Announcing release 0.8 of Gtk#, codenamed "4 Shepherds Snoring."
> Source available for immediate download from:
> http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=40240
> About Gtk#: 
> Gtk# is a .Net language binding for the Gtk+ Graphical User Interface
> toolkit. The binding is fairly complete, but it is still
> largely unproven and not recommended for production work. 
> Changes since 0.7:
> * Metadata rules: Radek, Duncan, MK 
> * Update to libgda/gnomedb version 0.10.0: Rodrigo
> * AddDelegate/RemoveDelegate: Gonzalo
> * make fixes: Gonzalo, Peter Williams, MK
> * enum generation fixes: Mark Crichton
> * Point customizations: Martin Willemoes Hansen
> * MainContext and Style customizations: Radek
> * Bugfixes and API beautification: Duncan, Gonzalo, Stefan Sarin, MK
> * get-source-code target for sources dir: Charles Krempeaux
> * *-sharp.dll now cross-platform x11/win32: MK
> * string/len param pairs now hide len param: Alp, MK
> * customizations tagged with #file: MK
> * Documentation stubs: Duncan Mak
> * en/docs: Kevin Breit, Duncan Mak, Jeffrey Steadfast, Lee Mallabone,
> Raphael J Schmid, Hector E Gomez Morales
> Discussion of Gtk# occurs on the mailing list at
> gtk-sharp-list@ximian.com.  Bugs can be reported to bugzilla.ximian.com,
> module gtk#.
     Charles Iliya Krempeaux, BSc

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