The GTK+ Foundation Classes is a set of integrated C++ classes for developing GTK+ applications on UNIX-like systems such as Linux. GFC-UI is the user interface library and includes C++ wrappers for most objects in the ATK, GDK, GTK, GdkPixbuf, and Pango libraries. There is a standard string compatible UTF-8 string class, automatic memory management, an optimized virtual signal handler system and a typesafe system of C++ signal and slots. It comes with a full set of example programs, several test applications, a GNU Autotools test project, a C++ version of the GTK+ widget demonstration program, extensive reference documentation, and a tutorial.
GTK ADI Library is a library containing GTK ADI widgets. ADI stands from Advanced Document Interface, and is an MDI (Multiple Document Interface) implementation. It contains a common MDI interface widget and several MDI representations (views). There are currently two views available: a "classical for GTK" tabbed MDI view, and an aligned MDI view. The aligned MDI view can have all child windows visible on the same parent screen, but without wasted space between them as can usually happen when a traditional MDI widget is used. Further development will include a window MDI view, where all the child windows are represented by the standard GTK windows or dialogs.
GTK, which stands for the Gimp ToolKit, is a library for creating graphical user interfaces. It is designed to be small and efficient, but still flexible enough to allow the programmer freedom in the interfaces created. GTK provides some unique features over standard widget libraries.
GTK+-DirectFB is a backend for GDK, the drawing kit used by GTK+. Since DirectFB provides drawing functions, a windowing stack, and manages input devices, this is a lightweight GDK port. GTK+-DirectFB is based on GTK+-2.0 and implements the drawing functionality encapsulated in GDK. It allows you to run standard GTK+-2.0 applications on the Linux framebuffer. Due to the use of DirectFB, graphic operations are hardware accelerated if a suitable DirectFB gfx driver is available. Since DirectFB is a very thin library, the memory footprint of GTK+-DirectFB is relatively small.
Gamma is a dynamically-typed, object-oriented, interpreted programming language that has been designed and optimized to reduce the time required for building applications. It supports the QNX/Photon and Linux/GTK GUI environments, and has a built-in library of over 300 functions. It cuts development times and offers run-time debugging by wedding a C-like syntax to a Lisp interpreter that has been optimized specifically for performance and memory usage.
Glib Binding properties is a system that allows developers to bind properties of GLib and GTK+ objects (Ada95 bindings are also available). This makes it possible to synchronize the properties of several objects, so that when one property changes the properties bound with it automatically change accordingly. This often eliminates the need to write callbacks watching for changes of properties. It supports one-way and mutual bindings and bindings with transformation functions.
GraphPak is a programming library of 2D and 3D charting objects for the Qt toolkit. It provides software developers with a set of C++ objects to easily create charts or graphs that aid in the visual presentation of technical and business data. This release includes Bar, Line, Pie, Ring, Area, Hi-Lo, Box and Whisker, and Polar charts. It is based on the KD Chart product from Klarälvdalens Datakonsult AB.
GtkCanvas is a straight port of the GNOME Canvas from the stable gnome-libs 1.2.4 back to gtk+. This widget behaves identically to the GnomeCanvas widget, with the same APIs, except the names are changed from gnome_canvas to gtk_canvas. Since the next version of gtk+ will drop GdkImLib and intgrate with gdk-pixbuf, it is expected that future versions of this widget will depend upon gtk+ only. It is intended that GtkCanvas will follow GnomeCanvas closely, merging new code whenever a stable release of the latter is made. Thus this is not really a fork but rather a "re-packaging" of the same code.