[Gtk-sharp-list] Documentation ...
Wed, 16 Mar 2005 13:44:13 +0100
Comming from the same situation about 6 months ago, here is where I
find/found most of the info I look for:
Official Mono Documentation site:
When you install mono, the monodoc app is installed on your system aswel.
It contains a general description, tutorials and the api itself.
If you want to learn GTK#, you have to read the api information because
that is about all there is... :(
However, since Gtk# is simply a layer on top of the original Gtk+, you
can read that documentation. YOu will have to translate the C code into
C# code, but it should help a lot.
Also be aware that not all the Gtk+ functionality is available in Gtk# yet.
Documentation on Gtk+ can be found on:
look in the Documentation section.
The same info and more can also be found at:
Here you can also find the "GTK+/Gnome Application Development" online
book. It is quite dated, but gives a nice picture of the innerworkins of
Gdk and Gtk without getting too detailed.
The Tutorial on http://www.gtk.org/tutorial/ is smaller, and focusses
more on the widgets, less on the inner workings.
Other points of info:
The ruby and C++ ports of Gtk have good documentation sites. Sometimes
that code is clearer than the original C code. :) The C++ port is also
written with classes, which makes it closer to Gtk#. (Look them up in
google: ruby port = ruby-gnome2 and C++ port = gtkmm)
Last and most important is the cvs and/or svn source code.
Not so eay to navigate and understand if you are new to this, but all
the info is there:
This Gtk-sharp-list mailing list has however been quite dissapointing
for me so far...
One thing to be aware of is the different versions of Gtk#: At the
moment there is the stable 1.0.4/6/8 version(s), and the development
1.9.2 version (I use the first
If you want to use Gtk# on a windows platform, go to
http://forge.novell.com/modules/xfmod/project/?gtks-inst4win where you
can download a win32 installer. (The 1.9.2 installer will install both
the Gtk# 1.0.6 and 1.9.2 gtk-sharp libraries. The first have version
220.127.116.11 and the second have version 18.104.22.168 in the GAC.)
(if you don't know what the GAC is, ask.)
I hope the above can help a bit.
> I'm a newbie in Gtk and Gtk# Dev so i'm wondering if someone kwowns where I can
> find some examples or tutorials ...
> I've tryed throw the website (wiki) but no data are dysplayed where the doc
> pages ...
> Thanks !
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