Tonight Henning and managed to make a release of mGTK. We call it a prerelease becase we have not written any documentation, the release has only been tested on my laptop (running Debian Sarge/Sid), and we have not made a Windows port yet. Still, now you can download it from Sourceforge and play with it.
Michael claims that he does not have an editor that can handle Unicode. Thus, Henning and I whipped up an editor using mGTK that can handle Unicode. Oh, and did I mention that you can it compile with either Moscow ML or MLton without changing the source? The real story is of course that I […]
Henning and I have been working hard (leisure time hard, that is) on mGTK since my last mGTK progress report. We have ported all the interesting Gtk# examples from Mono: A Developer’s Notebook Chapter 4. Currently the only missing bits are better support for the lower levels of the library stack most notably GDK, but […]
Tonight I decided to try and port an example from Mono: A Developer’s Notebook to the upcoming release of mGTK. By joining forces with Henning we were able to compile the example for the following screenshot: The email entry-box is updated dynamically when you type something in the two other entry boxes. Mnemonics works, that […]