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September 09, 2012
GtkD 2.0 released, Gtk+ 3 with D.
GtkD is a D binding and OO wrapper of Gtk+ and is released on the LGPL
license.

With 2.0 GtkD will wrap Gtk+ version 3, if you need Gtk+ 2 you can use 
the latest version from the Gtk2 branch, version 1.6.

GtkD 2.0 and 1.6 are now available on GitHub:
https://github.com/gtkd-developers/GtkD/downloads

-- 
Mike Wey
September 09, 2012
Re: GtkD 2.0 released, Gtk+ 3 with D.
Al 09/09/12 22:09, En/na Mike Wey ha escrit:
> GtkD is a D binding and OO wrapper of Gtk+ and is released on the LGPL
> license.
> 
> With 2.0 GtkD will wrap Gtk+ version 3, if you need Gtk+ 2 you can use the latest version from the Gtk2 branch, version 1.6.
> 
> GtkD 2.0 and 1.6 are now available on GitHub:
> https://github.com/gtkd-developers/GtkD/downloads
> 

Congratulations for this new GtkD release!

-- 
Jordi Sayol
September 09, 2012
Re: GtkD 2.0 released, Gtk+ 3 with D.
On Sunday, 9 September 2012 at 20:08:05 UTC, Mike Wey wrote:
> GtkD is a D binding and OO wrapper of Gtk+ and is released on 
> the LGPL
> license.
>
> With 2.0 GtkD will wrap Gtk+ version 3, if you need Gtk+ 2 you 
> can use the latest version from the Gtk2 branch, version 1.6.
>
> GtkD 2.0 and 1.6 are now available on GitHub:
> https://github.com/gtkd-developers/GtkD/downloads

Very nice.

Also big kudos for you Mike, for maintaining this project, that 
is the only one, fully working solution for GUI applications with 
D


Anyways, for those who wonder how will Gtk3 apps look at Windows:
http://blogs.gnome.org/alexl/2012/03/27/moar-windows-themes/

Also Windows binaries:
http://www.tarnyko.net/?q=node/1

Best regards,
Damian Ziemba
September 09, 2012
Re: GtkD 2.0 released, Gtk+ 3 with D.
On Sun, 09 Sep 2012 22:56:08 +0200
"nazriel" <spam@dzfl.pl> wrote:
>
> Anyways, for those who wonder how will Gtk3 apps look at Windows:
> http://blogs.gnome.org/alexl/2012/03/27/moar-windows-themes/
> 

Looks promising, but a couple comments from Alex have me concerned:

"Classic mode is unfortunately not supported yet. It will need another
CSS file."

"Also, “not really like windows” is not really a good description. In
the course of tweaking the theme I looked at a lot of apps and widgets
in win32, and I there really is no singular “windows” look. Even among
the standard apps that ships with windows there are multiple looks for
almost all widgets except the trivial ones (buttons, etc). Its really
busted."

Sounds like they're still merely trying to imitate the proper
look & feel? I thought I had heard that GTK was finally going native
with v3?
September 09, 2012
Re: GtkD 2.0 released, Gtk+ 3 with D.
On 09/09/2012 11:16 PM, Nick Sabalausky wrote:
> On Sun, 09 Sep 2012 22:56:08 +0200
> "nazriel" <spam@dzfl.pl> wrote:
>>
>> Anyways, for those who wonder how will Gtk3 apps look at Windows:
>> http://blogs.gnome.org/alexl/2012/03/27/moar-windows-themes/
>>
>
> Looks promising, but a couple comments from Alex have me concerned:
>
> "Classic mode is unfortunately not supported yet. It will need another
> CSS file."
>
> "Also, “not really like windows” is not really a good description. In
> the course of tweaking the theme I looked at a lot of apps and widgets
> in win32, and I there really is no singular “windows” look. Even among
> the standard apps that ships with windows there are multiple looks for
> almost all widgets except the trivial ones (buttons, etc). Its really
> busted."
>
> Sounds like they're still merely trying to imitate the proper
> look & feel? I thought I had heard that GTK was finally going native
> with v3?
>

As far as i know the custom windows theming engine is deprecated in 
favor of the css solution.

-- 
Mike Wey
September 09, 2012
Re: GtkD 2.0 released, Gtk+ 3 with D.
On 9/9/12, nazriel <spam@dzfl.pl> wrote:
> Also Windows binaries:
> http://www.tarnyko.net/?q=node/1

For non-Frenchies:
http://www.tarnyko.net/en/?q=node/1
September 09, 2012
Re: GtkD 2.0 released, Gtk+ 3 with D.
On Sun, 09 Sep 2012 23:34:26 +0200
Mike Wey <mike-wey@example.com> wrote:
> 
> As far as i know the custom windows theming engine is deprecated in 
> favor of the css solution.
> 

Is that css solution still *a* theming engine, or am I misunderstanding
it? Or I guess what I really mean is, does GTK3 at least have some way
to say "just use native"? Because I had thought I heard GTK3 was
supposed to be able to do that. I may have misunderstood though, I
don't know.
September 10, 2012
Re: GtkD 2.0 released, Gtk+ 3 with D.
On 2012-09-09 22:56, nazriel wrote:

> Also big kudos for you Mike, for maintaining this project, that is the
> only one, fully working solution for GUI applications with D

What about DWT?

-- 
/Jacob Carlborg
September 10, 2012
Re: GtkD 2.0 released, Gtk+ 3 with D.
On Sunday, 9 September 2012 at 20:08:05 UTC, Mike Wey wrote:
> GtkD is a D binding and OO wrapper of Gtk+ and is released on 
> the LGPL
> license.
>
> With 2.0 GtkD will wrap Gtk+ version 3, if you need Gtk+ 2 you 
> can use the latest version from the Gtk2 branch, version 1.6.
>
> GtkD 2.0 and 1.6 are now available on GitHub:
> https://github.com/gtkd-developers/GtkD/downloads

Maybe this wikipedia page is out of date:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GTK%2B
September 10, 2012
Re: GtkD 2.0 released, Gtk+ 3 with D.
Am Sun, 09 Sep 2012 22:09:33 +0200
schrieb Mike Wey <mike-wey@example.com>:

> GtkD is a D binding and OO wrapper of Gtk+ and is released on the LGPL
> license.
> 
> With 2.0 GtkD will wrap Gtk+ version 3, if you need Gtk+ 2 you can
> use the latest version from the Gtk2 branch, version 1.6.
> 
> GtkD 2.0 and 1.6 are now available on GitHub:
> https://github.com/gtkd-developers/GtkD/downloads
> 

Nice to see a GTK3 gtkd release!
Also nice to see GTK Builder support. Is there a gtk builder example
which shows how to connect signals? I guess connectSignalsFull should
work, but it's a little cumbersome. Will connectSignals work?

(I'd check this, but the github download isn't working)

BTW: Will we get nicer documentation?
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