Release Notes: This release includes many improvements since the last stable 2.8 release from 7 years ago, such as: much improved and easier to use Unicode support; a new Cocoa-based wxOSX port for Mac OS X for both 32- and 64-bit platforms; new wxGTK3 port, including support for a Broadway (HTML5) backend; access to the native Web rendering engine with wxWebView; new property grid and ribbon libraries; better interoperability with standard library classes; a totally revised and more readable manual; and thousands of other new features and bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release mostly focuses on bugfixes in preparation for the 3.0 release. In particular, there are a lot of improvements to the wxOSX/Cocoa port. The most important new feature in this release is experimental support for building wxGTK with the GTK+ 3 version of the toolkit.
Release Notes: Enhancements include the removal of the distinction between ANSI and Unicode builds, and a reworked Mac OS X architecture, supporting both 32-bit Carbon and 32-bit/64-bit Cocoa variants (wxOSX/Cocoa at alpha stage), the addition of property grid classes, an enhanced data view control with combined tree and list control behavior, support for persistent objects, and totally revised Doxygen-based documentation.
Release Notes: Various minor problems with the latest GTK+ versions have been fixed since the last minor release. Other improvements include those to the wrappers for the GNOME print dialogs, the wxAUI docking library, and the wxRichTextCtrl. Several display problems of wxListCtrl in connection with newer GTK+ themes and rare scrolling issues have been fixed. Scrolling wxStaticTexts and improved mouse wheel scrolling have been fixed. A problem with wxSpinCtrl::SetValue that slipped in before the last release was corrected.
Release Notes: A new AUI (advanced user interface) library for docking windows. A new richtext library. New controls: wxComboCtrl and wxOwnerDrawnComboBox, wxTreebook, wxColour/Dir/File/Font/PickerCtrls, and wxHyperlinkCtrl. Many other enhancements and bugfixes in all areas.
Release Notes: This releases only contains bugfixes in the stable series. Among the corrections to the GTK+ are speed-ups in the MIME database code, major corrections in the refresh code, corrections to idle event request code, support for user dashes in the PostScript and GNOME-print printing backends, and fixes for various compilation issues on Solaris. There are also numerous corrections in the other ports, including support for Intel hardware in the Mac OS X port. The GTK+ version is used for the recent release of Xara Xtreme LX.
Release Notes: Support for GTK+ 2.4 file dialogs, printing through GNOME print libraries, support for GNOME panel applets, improved theme support, better HIG support (default button ordering and look), shaped frame windows, bitmaps with alpha transparency and raw pixel access, more complete HTML support, STL-like container classes, a complete set of archive (ZIP, gzip, etc) classes, improved socket support, a new build system with the library split into independent sub-libraries (including non-GUI wxBase), improved Unicode support (text streams and filenames), and a wxCrashReport class for debugging.
Release Notes: Lots of advanced features as well as a friendlier and more intuitive GUI are included in this release. Many bugs have also been eliminated.
Release Notes: This is a maintenance release. It is fully backwards-compatible with 2.4.0 and it is recommended that all users upgrade to it.