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Re: Offff, Why do i have to fill this ?
I would have to agree 100%.
Gtk+ really is a C lovers GUI Toolkit, and a very easy API to learn. If you are a C programmer, then applying the Gtk+ API to your application is nearly trivial.
I do wish however, that there were an easier abstration layer to Xlib in Gtk+, for instance, to change resolution and other core Xlib features.
> Yes Xlib is hell, But the apps. are damn
> vert lightweight.
> I was writing an application, And i
> needed to add a keyboard layout
> This was the only case I had to use pure
> Xlib calls "not to mention my
> For me, As a GNU/Linux user, I don't
> care about win32 or the portability
> with win32.
> I think that Gtk+ is the only choise for
> C lovers like me ;)
Whats wrong with too much?
I do agree that *some* open-source projects need better management and more precise goals.
But I would never agree to removing ANY open-source project if it is inactive. That defeats the purpose of open-source and free software.
People seem to forget that GNU and the Free Software movement were based on the idea of COMMUNITY. They were not based on the idea of KILLER APPS.
If some guy wants to re-invent the wheel, so be it. In fact it is not only a good learning experience for him, but for the COMMUNITY. Other people many be able to learn from his code.
I started using Linux in 1995 and havent looked back, and the greatest thing about it is the abundance of open code to look at and learn from. I basically learned to program by downloading and messing with other peoples code.
There is no breakdown of the GNU or Free Software movement.
One last thing. I WOULD NEVER go back to a windows machine if the going got tough!