[Gtk-sharp-list] GTK# basics

Anset Anset@anset.org
Thu, 31 Mar 2005 08:51:26 +0200

Also usefull, now I think of it is the gtk# Demo program that comes with
mono 1.1.4 and higher (don't know about the earlier versions of mono).

I have found this demo program in the mono for windows install, but not
on linux, but that can be due to my specific distro.

A number of small app's WITH c# source code are demo'd.

Not realy a tutorial, but they are good examples and they come with c#
source code.



Wei Weng wrote:
> Mayank Jain wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I'm quite new to Mono, but have been developing for quite some time
>> with GTK+ (say about 2-3 projects).
>> GTK# seems quit interesting as it offers flexibility of .net platform
>> & a robust OO framework.
>> BUT, the problem is that i could not find any good tutorials/docs to
>> start with GTK#.
>> I have seen many "Hello World" tutorials, but what after that? I have
>> tried Monodoc, but again, it just gives you the API's. You see, "Hello
>> world" tutorials are great for absolute starters, but what if i'm
>> already though that stage? How do i find the nitty-gritty's of GTK#.
>> Okay, a very simple solution would be : code, code & more code. But
>> still... if i have something to read before starting, it would make
>> life quite easier.
>> So! Long story cut short...
>> Can anyone point me to some good GTK# docs (not the API's).
>> Thanks in advance :-)
> I have been reading "Mono: a developer's notebook" to start off my first
> experience with mono and GUI programmings in general. :)
> I also bought "Professional C#: 3rd edition" to help with C# grammar
> problems.
> So far, they had been helpful. :) But I still need to use IRC: #mono
> irc.gnome.org and this list sometimes to get those really-hard-to-find
> infos.
> HTH.
> Wei
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