[Mono-list] RE: Mono-list Digest, Vol 2, Issue 52
chesley at acm.org
Wed Jun 29 11:58:43 EDT 2005
> Hi, well I'm familiar enough with c#, but have done mostly winforms
> programming on windows. I'd like to get into gtk#, but don't know
> where to start. Assume I've never done GTK programming in any
> language (almost true).
> Where would you send a new-to-gtk programmer who wants to do it in c#
> without knowing the c-based GTK api?
> Is there a good web site reference for the entire library?
> Is there a tutorial-based site with articles on using the library?
I'm in much the same position.
I've found that the online reference material (monodoc (which has an
unfortunate tendency to crash on me) or http://www.go-mono.com/docs/) is
sufficient for most things. GTK is not really very different than Windows
Forms, just different names.
I've also found Mono: A Developer's Notebook to be invaluable, and The
Official Gnome 2 Developers Guide to be useful in filling in how and why GTK
and Gnome work the way they do.
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