[Gtk-sharp-list] GIO in Gtk-Sharp

Dan Saul daniel.saul at gmail.com
Mon Jan 5 22:20:17 EST 2009

Thank you, it is good to know this is on the horizon. As I am
relatively new to Gtk# and C# as a whole I would expect it to be
better for me to put off my plans to port until that time, rather then
attempt to build something that might just blow up in my face!

Thanks though, and I look forward to the next Gtk# release.


On Mon, Jan 5, 2009 at 9:26 AM, Mike Kestner <mkestner at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Mon, 2009-01-05 at 11:49 +0100, Stephane Delcroix wrote:
>> gio-sharp landed in gtk-sharp svn this Sunday. Before this, it was
>> developed in its own gio-sharp svn module.
>> it's still in development, but the implemented parts are working.
>> there's some code sample in sample/ (in the gio-sharp module) and f-spot
>> uses it too.
>> please reports bugs and missing features.
> Just to follow up on this...
> I committed the 2.14 update to svn yesterday, so now trunk requires a
> gtk+ 2.14.0 or better installation.  I integrated the gio-sharp module
> into gtk-sharp as part of this update.  Thanks to Stephane for all his
> nice work in gio-sharp.  BTW, Stephane, I still consider you the
> maintainer of gio-sharp.  ;-)
> Anyone who needs to build gtk-sharp against a gtk+ 2.12 install will
> have to use the gtk-sharp-2-12-branch from now on.
> Anyone who has been twitching for 2.14 APIs, including gio-sharp, should
> consider trunk ready for playing with, but not yet stable.  I have
> audited it for compat against 2.12 already.  Please report any bugs,
> warts, or whatever to bugzilla and I'll try to get to them promptly.
> --
> Mike Kestner <mkestner at gmail.com>

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