[Gtk-sharp-list] Kudos and comments from newbie.
Sun, 27 Jun 2004 05:36:59 -0400
Mike Kestner wrote:
>On Thu, 2004-06-24 at 14:45, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
>>First, I want to thank Daniel Morgan for his 6 Steps email from 6/20/2004.
>>It was the BEST explanation that this clueless Windows user has seen.
>>It allowed me to get both Mono (Beta 3) and GTK# (0.93) installed on
>>It should become part of a ReadMe How To Install On Windows text file, as
>>long as step 5.b. is corrected (5b. lead me astray for a day).
>There is a Wiki topic for this:
>Daniel, would you mind putting your instruction guide there as a
>resource for people?
>>Where are the Gtk# tutorials, programming how tos, and programming books?
>>I know if you are a C or assembler programmer, then you should be able to
>>deduce appropriate function/method usage.
>>But for the rest of us, tutorials, examples (many), and books are the way
>>we learn a new programming paradigm.
>We're still working hard on completing the API docs. As you go through
>the learning curve, please please please help us out by integrating the
>knowledge into the docs. If you look in the docs for something and it's
>not there, when you figure it out, please document it for us.
>There are tutorials and books for Gtk+ programming which can be fairly
>easily adapted to the Gtk# programming paradigm in the meantime. Also,
>there are several sample applications, including the beginnings of a
>GtkDemo port in the sample directory of the gtk-sharp sources.
I've started experimenting (making baby steps) with the Gtk# examples in
"Mono Kick Start".
They ain't quite right. They were using System.Drawing, switchted to Gdk.
It was the handful of examples provided with Mono-Beta3 that helped me
to get them working.
Would any of these "working" Gtk(#) examples from "Mono Kick Start" be
of use in GtkDemo?