[Gtk-sharp-list] Gtk# RPM ETA?
Charles Iliya Krempeaux
28 Dec 2002 00:46:53 -0800
Well, if anyone is on the Mandrake Club here. I've added Gtk#
to the "RPM Voting" section.
If you want it... go vote for it. (And hopefully someone with
the skill to do so, will create it.) Just search for "Gtk#".
A direct link to it is:
On Fri, 2002-12-27 at 19:37, Charles Iliya Krempeaux wrote:
> I hope this message does not come off as sounding like a
> "nag". Because that is not the intent. I'm just curious.
> What I'd like to know is if there is an ETA for when RPMs
> for Gtk# are expected.
> The reason I ask is because... it's one thing for me, the
> developer to install things from tarballs, etc. But for
> clients (and other end users), who are even uncomfortable
> with RPM instillations, having to have them go to
> the command line, and do anything is "unthinkable".
> For them, a set of RPMs (or whatever the distro
> is using) is a necessity.
> It is my hope that (in the short term) there emerges a
> nice package of RPMs for Mono and Gtk# that "just works".
> The appropriate people to do this would be, IMO, Ximian
> with Red Carpet; and each Linux distribution maker -- Mandrake,
> Red Hat, SuSE, Debian, Gentoo, etc etc. Since they are the
> ones making the "system libraries". So... does anyone know
> of Ximian's, Red Hat's, SuSE's, Debian's, Gentoo's, etc, plans
> on this???
> I know I am probably asking a bit early... but I was just
> curious as to when this was expected. Since deploying
> any application written using Gtk# and Mono would have
> to wait for that too.
> See ya
Charles Iliya Krempeaux, BSc
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