Tag Archives: GTK+

Using gtk-doc with Anjuta on Debian Stable

gtk-doc is a library that helps extract code documentation. When you create a new project with Anjuta it asks if you wish to include gkt-doc. Unfortunately, on Debian stable there seems to be a bug because the autoconf configuration is … Continue reading

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Anjuta “You must have libtool installed”

Anjuta is an excellent IDE specifically when it comes to writing applications for GNOME. On Debian stable, there seems to be a bug having to do with a missing dependency. When you create a project for the first time using … Continue reading

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Outstanding Tutorial on writing GTK+ 3 GUI Applications with Python

GUI programming has always been a black art to me. The idea of event-driven applications with an endless infinite loop listening for events boggles my mind a bit and runs counter to my traditional understand of what algorithms look like.  … Continue reading

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