Inti is a set of integrated C++ foundation classes for developing GTK+ applications on Linux. It comes with more than 330 classes that wrap most of the objects found in the GTK+ libraries. It has its own system of signals and slots, and has a standard string compatible UTF-8 string class, a full set of example programs, a C++ version of the GTK+ demonstration program, and an extensive tutorial. It unleashes the power of GTK+ with a state-of-the-art C++ GUI toolkit. It makes developing applications easy, intuitive, and efficient, and is designed to work nicely with the GNU toolchain, and take advantage of the standard C++ features provided by the GNU compiler.
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|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This release fixes a few bugs and makes several API improvements. It adds most of the missing GLib functionality, including GIOChannel and thread support. There is a new tutorial section on Multi-Threaded Programming that includes a threaded example application and several test programs. The appearence of the reference documentation has also been improved.
Release Notes: This version fixes a few bugs that made it into the previous release, and makes several API improvements. Most notably, it adds much of the missing GLib functionality, including GIOChannel and thread support. There is a new tutorial section on Multi-Threaded Programming which includes a threaded example application and several test programs. The appearance of the reference documentation has also been improved.
Release Notes: This release includes the complete reference documentation and a tutorial. Two new sections have been added to the tutorial: "Building a GNU Autotools Project" and "Internationalization and Localization". There have been some minor API improvements making it easy to create a custom widgets. There was one small bug fixed in the signal/slot code.
Release Notes: The reference documentation and the Inti 1.0 API were completed. The Atk classes were updated and the API was improved, with several bugs being fixed. This is the last planned beta release.
Release Notes: This release improves cross-compiler compatibility by fixing several C++ errors, resulting in some minor API changes.