[Gtk-sharp-list] Gtk# 0.12 released
Wed, 29 Oct 2003 08:46:11 +0200
Any news on windows version ;)
From: Jorge De Gante [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]=20
Sent: Wednesday, October 29, 2003 02:12
To: Mike Kestner
Cc: email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: Re: [Gtk-sharp-list] Gtk# 0.12 released
There is some samples about printing?
By the way MessageDialog make my application crash, I hope this new =
release fix this situation.
El mar, 28-10-2003 a las 16:10, Mike Kestner escribi=F3:
> Announcing release 0.12 of Gtk#, codenamed "Reality TV Sucks."
> Tarballs and binaries available for immediate download from:
> About Gtk#:
> Gtk# is a .Net language binding for the Gtk+ Graphical User Interface
> toolkit and several GNOME platform libraries. The GNOME 2.2 platform =
> currently targeted. The binding is fairly complete, but it is still
> largely unproven and API unstable, and therefore not recommended for
> production work.=20
> Changes since 0.11:
> * New parser frontend script (gapi-parser) that uses an XML input file =
> to specify options for better extensibility. (MK)
> * Code Generator now accepts outdir, customdir, and assembly-name=20
> arguments to allow more control over the generation process and=20
> directory structure.
> * Gtk.HTML now lives in its own gtkhtml-sharp assembly, allowing us to =
> make it depend on gnome-sharp.dll and activate the printing api.
> * Restructured build to distribute generation into the assembly dirs,=20
> making for more compact rebuilds. (Martin, MK)
> * New XPath-based metadata alteration engine (gapi-fixup.exe) to=20
> replace the perl module. (MK)
> * Ported all the old metadata rules to new format. (MK, Martin)
> * Apply metadata during generation step. It is no longer necessary to =
> have the raw source around to make a metadata change to the API XML=20
> files. (MK)
> * More API Corrections, Customizations, and glue: (Rachel, Martin,=20
> Moritz Balz, Daniel Kornhauser, MK)
> * a ton of Bugfixes (MK, Martin, Artem Popov, Malte, John Luke,=20
> * Doc Updates (John Luke, Hector E. Gomez Morales, Martin Willemoes
> Discussion of Gtk# occurs on the mailing list at=20
> email@example.com. Bugs can be reported to=20
> http://bugzilla.ximian.com, module gtk#. Check the Gtk# homepage for=20
> additional info at http://gtk-sharp.sf.net.
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