[Gtk-sharp-list] Gtk# 2.99.0 released!
bertrand.lorentz at gmail.com
Mon Nov 5 19:53:32 UTC 2012
Sorry for the late reply.
The best way to contribute to the API documentation is to edit and
improve the xml docs that are under doc/en in the source tree. Those
are updated automatically, but manual edit are preserved when doing
Submit pull request on github (https://github.com/mono/gtk-sharp) and
I'll be happy to review and merge them.
Having the docs in this format will allow them to become available on
http://docs.go-mono.com/ in the future. We'll have to get in touch
with the people managing that server, but I don't see why we couldn't
have the docs there, maybe under a new "GNOME 3 Libraries" category.
On Thu, Oct 25, 2012 at 2:08 PM, chubbs <sol.chubb at gmail.com> wrote:
> It's very good to see significant progress on the Gtk# 3.0 release -
> congratulations and thanks to all those who contributed.
> Following on from Mike Kestner's comments in:-
> what is the best way to contribute to the API documentation effort?
> Are the any plans for integrating the v3 docs with the mono project on-line
> Gtk# viewer?
> On 23/10/12 20:19, Bertrand Lorentz wrote:
>> We're happy to announce the release of Gtk# 2.99.0.
>> This is the first release of C# bindings for GTK 3.x. It is a beta
>> release, primarily intended for applications developers who want to
>> start porting their application to GTK 3.x.
>> This version of Gtk# provides bindings for the API exposed by the
>> following libraries:
>> * cairo 1.10.0
>> * glib 2.28.0
>> * pango 1.28.3
>> * atk 1.32.0
>> * gdk-pixbuf 2.22.1
>> * gtk+ 3.0.0
>> There is no API stability guarantee for now, but we will try to keep
>> changes to a minimum.
>> This version of Gtk# can be installed in parallel with Gtk# 2.x, and
>> should not
>> have any impact on applications using Gtk# 2.x.
>> * Gtk# 2.99.0 Tarballs:
>> * Source code repository: https://github.com/mono/gtk-sharp
>> There are currently no binaries available for OS X or Windows for now,
>> but we hope to provide them in the future.
>> If you encounter any bad behavior with this release, please do not
>> hesitate to file bugs!
>> I'd like thank everybody who contributed to this release. This
>> wouldn't have been possible without their hard work !
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