[Gtk-sharp-list] GtkDemo path was: RE: [Mono-list] Updating or Redoing go-mono.net

Daniel Morgan danielmorgan@verizon.net
Sat, 10 Jan 2004 22:34:28 -0500

That's cool!

I was only saying to announce ahead-of-time there is going to be a release
so people can make sure docs, tests, demos, and samples are up-to-date and
working before its released. :)
Also, it will allow packagers to create RPMs, Windows Installers, debs as
release candidates.

If you look at the freetds project at http://www.freetds.org/
whenever they make a release, they make a release candidate or several
release candidates so people can test to make sure it works for them before
going final.

Then again, freetds is in production while gtk# is still in development.

I wonder if I should install the test, samples, and GtkDemo in the GTK#
Windows Installer.  This way people can have some gtk# stuff to play with
once installed.


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Subject: [Gtk-sharp-list] GtkDemo path was: RE: [Mono-list] Updating or
Redoing go-mono.net


On Sun, 2004-01-11 at 03:22, Daniel Morgan wrote:
> The same thing could be said about GTK#.
> A new release came out - 0.15, but the tests do not even compile!  The
> GtkDemo does not either!   And I'm sure the GTK# docs in the Mono Handbook
> are obsolete too.

I did a patch to fix the compilation problem with GtkDemo. Since it's my
first patch i don't know if i did it right (if not please tell me whats
wrong thank).
The changes are simple. I converted all Label x =
Label.NewWithMenemonic(..) to new Label (..)

Hope it helps..