Java-GNOME is a Java binding for the GTK and GNOME libraries. It is implemented as a JNI layer that delegates the Java calls to the underlying native libraries.
|Tags||Desktop Environment GNOME Software Development|
Release Notes: This release fixes numerous bugs in the bindings.
Release Notes: This release comes after many months of work and a complete rewrite. It is the first release to support GTK-2 and GNOME-2.
Release Notes: This release has focused on stability and completeness of the bindings. New classes and methods have been added to achieve very close to complete coverage of GDK, GTK, libgnomeui, and libgnome. This is the last release to support GTK/GNOME 1.x.
Release Notes: This release allows you to compile to native binaries using gcj 3.0.0 or higher. Your Java-GNOME apps can now be distributed as binaries. You no longer have to worry about classpaths or whether the user has the correct version of the JVM.
Release Notes: This release is focused on bugfixes and adding enhancements to the class library.