On Friday, 31 May 2019 at 18:47:06 UTC, Obsidian Jackal wrote:
I'm new to D and want to create GTK+ apps. I have Visual
Studio, Glade, the Gtk+ runtime, DMD, and DUB installed. What
steps, guides, or advice should I follow to be able to be able
to use these tools together to make a sane app?.
I wrote some D code that parses a glade interface file and
converts it in to easily accessible D code.
You use the ID field in glade to specify the D object name.
Go to github's gtkD to find a reference to it in issues. It's not
perfect and might require a little work figuring it out but it
works out nice once you get it set up.
It's basically used like
class App : GtkBase!("Interface.Glade")
and then App will have all the objects ID's as objects.
e.g., if you have a label in the glade interface with ID label,
is the gtkD object for that label.