Release Notes: Ported to GTK 2.2, better Ruby (and Python) support, and a configuration script. Tentative Slang support (and incomplete Perl support) have been added.
Release Notes: Mostly bugfixes (including an annoying bug in the read routines) and minor extra features (including both Python2.2 and 2.3 support, better Ruby1.8 support, and better scripting possibilities).
Release Notes: Experimental Ruby support (in addition to Python) has been added. The documentation has been clarified.
Release Notes: The documentation and demo were improved. A primitive was added for XML-style string encoding.
Release Notes: Guis scripting language is now (currently) Python (using the existing PyGTK binding of GTK2). A running toy application is given. Better documentation and man pages. Much more tested! A trace window is now optionally available to ease application debugging. (also, partial buggy alpha code for a QT3 equivalent)
Release Notes: This release has been ported to GTK 2.2.
Release Notes: Most of GTK 2 is interfaced to Guis. Many widgets are available. The input protocol is now the LUA scripting language (no more XML on input requests from application to the Guis server). The output protocol (replies or events from Guis to application) is either simple XML or equivalent S-expr lispy syntax. The bulk of the code is generated (by a generator coded in Clisp) from *.defs files borrowed from pythongnome.