[Gtk-sharp-list] Gtk# 1.9.2 released
Francisco T. Martinez
Fri, 11 Feb 2005 12:24:39 -0600
Great job to all of the Gtk# hackers. GtkDemo and other examples are
working very nicely on Win32!
There is a small change in the build system that I think was not
propagated to the makefile.win32 files for the Win32 build.
AssemblyInfo.cs seems to now only live at the base directory and the
make files that are not intended for the Windows build now do
The resulting behavior for the Win32 library modules is that they are
built without their strong name characteristics. Now days, gacutil is
refusing to install the non-strong name assemblies -- which is a good thing.
For the most recent Win32 build -- Mono 1.1.4 with Gtk# 1.0.6/1.9.2 and
XSP 1.0.6 -- I copied the AssemblyInfo.cs to all the appropriate places
and later manually signed the assemblies with "sn".
Mike Kestner wrote:
>Announcing release 1.9.2 of Gtk#. This is an unstable development
>release for the GNOME 2.6 bindings. It is parallel installable with the
>latest stable release.
>Tarball and RPMs for NLD available for immediate download from:
>Gtk# is a .Net language binding for the Gtk+ Graphical User Interface
>toolkit and several GNOME platform libraries. The GNOME 2.6 platform is
>Changes since 1.9.1:
>* PanelApplet merged into gnome-sharp assembly. (MK)
>* "notify" signal bindings for GObjects. (Dan Winship)
>* Key Binding support via class attribute. (MK)
>* NodeView enhancements - ListOnly, NodeCellDataFuncs (MK)
>* gtk-dotnet assembly for .net extensions - initially contains the Miggy
>System.Drawing.Graphics hack from sample dir (Miguel, MK)
>* Additional API customizations and Corrections: (Larry Ewing, Ben
>Maurer, Alp Toker, Dan Winship, Jeroen Zwartepoorte, MK)
>* Bugfixes (Zac Bowling, John Luke, Ben Maurer, Fredrik Nilsson, Dan
>Winship, Jeroen Zwartepoorte, MK)
>* documentation additions (Shane Landrum, John Luke, Dan Winship, Jeroen
>Discussion of Gtk# occurs on the mailing list at
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>http://bugzilla.ximian.com, module gtk#. Check the Gtk# homepage for
>additional info at http://gtk-sharp.sf.net.