On Nov 9, 2009, at 3:35 PM, Jacob Juul Kolding wrote:
On Nov 9, 2009, at 8:23 PM, Kristian Rietveld wrote:
No, it is not fully complete, but getting close. Recently, I have
been working on reviewing outstanding patches, fixing up the last
few kinks remaining after the transition to client side windows and
implemented proper and complete multi monitor support. I do have
plans on how to continue my work on the backend. Development of
the Mac port is actually pretty active. I only have very ample
spare time to work on this and I do not get paid for this at all.
Saying that the OS X port is not being actively developed is
actually close to insulting to me; I have been trying my best to
pick it up after the previous maintainer stopped working on it
I can't tell you how happy reading this makes me. I love Gtk+ and
have been using it in projects for like a decade, mostly on *nix,
but lately cross-platform.
As for the insult part, it was never my intention, I was merely
relaying the present information thats available on the Gtk+ OS X
Keep up the good work!
If I had money, I'd pay you ;)
In light of all of the work Kristian has done in the last few weeks,
I've taken out the stuff about "not actively maintained". There's
still a fair number (about 80) "FIXME: Implement" comments, so for now
I think it's still accurate to say that it's not feature complete.
Sorry, Kristian, I should have updated that sooner.
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