mGTK pre-release 0.93

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.

A Unicode editor for Michael

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 […]

More mGTK Progress

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 […]

mGTK progress

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 […]