Il giorno mer, 06/02/2019 alle 16.25 +, asrs via gtk-app-devel-list ha
> Dear GTK developers,
> I want to redistrbute GTK (and its LGPL) unabridged with proprietary software,
> to make a graphical application.
if you use shared linking (AFAIK the only way officially
Hi! There is some reference code here:
- Include the backend specific headers: gdk/gdkx.h, gdk/gdkwayland.h
- Link with backend specific libs:
As a side note, Python has also opened a Discourse instance (in addition to
their Zulip experiment), and the results have pretty much been positive.
I've also been on Fedora's for quite some time, and it's great.
On Wed, Feb 6, 2019 at 5:46 AM Emmanuele Bassi via gtk-devel-list <
I'm very much in favor! Being able to still use e-mail while also
having a convenient and pretty-looking interface is something I look
*really* forward to.
My only question is: what happens to the old archives? Do we keep them
online as-is, or is there a plan to also migrate them? The
at ardour.org, we recently switched from using Drupal forums to Discourse.
The results have been delightful. We managed to get single sign on
integration with our existing site working, which was important for us, but
probably not so much for a GTK Discourse. More notably, once you
Dear GTK developers,
I want to redistrbute GTK (and its LGPL) unabridged with proprietary software,
to make a graphical application.
Additionally my program will make calls to routines in GTK objects, will this
comply with the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License?
You have the GDK_IS_WAYLAND_DISPLAY() C macro. You have an example in my
program Terminus ( https://gitlab.com/rastersoft/terminus ), in the
'checkwayland.c' and 'checkwayland.vapi' files (which is also an example
of how to do it in Vala, BTW).
El 8/2/19 a las 6:28, Daniel Kasak via
I'm in the process of migrating a big code base from GTK 2.x to GTK 3.x,
I've done most of the work, but I'm facing now some problems with GTK stock
I used stock stuff a lot to reduce the localizable strings needed in my
code and to reduce the number of images to ship.
>> If you're using `edit-find` or `document-save` then you're using a named
> icon from the icon theme, not the stock identifier.
> For those, you'll have to ship an icon theme like Adwaita.
That's really strange, it seems there is something in my gtk stack that
converts GTK_STOCK_XXX to
On Thu, 7 Feb 2019 at 11:52, Gabriele Greco via gtk-app-devel-list <
> Hi guys,
> I'm in the process of migrating a big code base from GTK 2.x to GTK 3.x,
> I've done most of the work, but I'm facing now some problems with GTK stock
> I used stock
On Thu, 7 Feb 2019 at 13:30, Gabriele Greco
> (test:77229): Gtk-WARNING **: 14:28:49.162: Could not find the icon
> 'help-about'. The 'hicolor' theme
> was not found either, perhaps you need to install it.
> You can get a copy from:
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