On Monday, 14 March 2016 at 07:38:43 UTC, Russel Winder wrote:
What we need here is a collection of people reviewing each others GtkD code and having a listing board somewhere on the GtkD site of all the codes available and what they show. It is the annotations as much as the code itself that is needed for learning.

Without comparative review, we may end up propagating bad code and bad GTK use.

So rather than just email as here, we should be looking to create a "living document" on the wiki – not an historical type thing but an always up-to-date, curated document.

I have some generic GtkD code in Terminix of varying quality that at some point in the future I want to move to a library in order to re-use it between my projects. This code mostly consists of helpers or things that make working with GtkD more D'ish, i.e enabling the use of foreach to iterate over a TreeModel/TreeIter.

Having said that, I don't have the time to take on the role of being the primary maintainer for such a library, if you want to take it on though I'm happy to be an active contributor.

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