bart at nexus.carleton.ca
Tue Jan 16 14:47:23 EST 2001
The documentation you will find links to on gtk.org are very
good. Incomplete at places since they are not updates as frequently as
the source, but good references none the less.
If you are serious about it, I think that it would be a week for you to
learn enough to use it for any project non monolith project. If you are
doing any fancy GUI design use glade to generate the basic design. That
way you will not actually need to know how to generate the gui from
code... just how to use the objects.
You should also read about glib, and GDK as they come in handly when using
GTK+ objects. I am not sure if you like C++ but the GTK-- library wraps
GTK+ C objects (typedefs) in classes for C++. I find the port not yet
complete enough to use on all projects.
On Tue, 16 Jan 2001, David F. Skoll wrote:
> Does anyone have any experience programming with GTK+? About how long
> would it take for a skilled programmer with lots of GUI experience
> (Tcl/Tk) but no GTK+ experience to pick it up?
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