[MonoDevelop] 'new Gnome', 'new Glade' projects ... more explanation?
Mon, 30 Aug 2004 22:38:18 +0000
I'll explain you:
GTK is the gimp toolkit and gtksharp is a warper so we can use it in mono.
When talking about monoDevelop and its project templates they are *just*
templates. Defaults to a project of that type. When you choose to create a
project of type GTK# it includes the references needed to render a design
based on code only. But, it can be difficult or hardly custumized. So the
gtk guys - I think - created glade. Glade is an addicional library to gtk
that adds the ability to read the interface directly from a XML file. That
gives IDE abstraction and enable run-time custumized user interfaces. So,
even if monoDevelop one day includes an IDE for that, you can always use -
like now - the Glade editor. You can found it easly, just search in
programming category. when you choose the glade project it creates the
references to gtk# plus glade#.
You can find a tutorial in www.go-mono.org - that tutorial explains how to
create a window with both glade editor and monodevelop.
Hope it helps,
>From: george moudry <email@example.com>
>Subject: [MonoDevelop] 'new Gnome', 'new Glade' projects ... more
>Date: Mon, 30 Aug 2004 12:09:57 -0700 (PDT)
>Yesterday, I compiled MonoDevelop for the first time.
>Thanks for all the work!
>On startup, I was presented with options to create new
>Sorry for my ignorace with the question:
>Is Glade a XML-configurable GTK? If so, does that
>allow me to use a separate designer? Can the caption
>for 'Create new glade project' say so? And what does
>'new Gnome' project do? It seemingly created a program
>with one window, just like the other projects.
>I think that the caption should explain, in 2-3
>sentences, what the difference is.
>Even a newcomer should understand.
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