CoreGTK 3.18.0 Released!

The next version of CoreGTK, version 3.18.0, has been tagged for release! This is the first version of CoreGTK to support GTK+ 3.18. Highlights for this release: Rebased on GTK+ 3.18 New supported GtkWidgets in this release: GtkActionBar GtkFlowBox GtkFlowBoxChild GtkGLArea GtkModelButton GtkPopover GtkPopoverMenu GtkStackSidebar Reverted to using GCC as the default compiler (but clang…

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CoreGTK 3.10.2 Released!

The next version of CoreGTK, version 3.10.2, has been tagged for release today. Highlights for this release: This is a bug fix release. Corrected issue with compiling CoreGTK on OS X. CoreGTK is an Objective-C language binding for the GTK+ widget toolkit. Like other “core” Objective-C libraries, CoreGTK is designed to be a thin wrapper…

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CoreGTK 3.10.1 Released!

The next version of CoreGTK, version 3.10.1, has been tagged for release today. Highlights for this release: Added some missing (varargs) GTK+ functions. This makes it easier to create widgets like the FileChooserDialog. CoreGTK is an Objective-C language binding for the GTK+ widget toolkit. Like other “core” Objective-C libraries, CoreGTK is designed to be a…

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CoreGTK 3.10.0 Released!

The next version of CoreGTK, version 3.10.0, has been tagged for release today. Highlights for this release: Move from GTK+ 2 to GTK+ 3 Prefer the use of glib data types over boxed OpenStep/Cocoa objects (i.e. gint vs NSNumber) Base code generation on GObject Introspection instead of a mix of automated source parsing and manual…

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CoreGTK 2.24.0 Released!

The initial version of CoreGTK, version 2.24.0, has been tagged for release today. Features include: Targets GTK+ 2.24 Support for GtkBuilder Can be used on Linux, Mac and Windows CoreGTK is an Objective-C language binding for the GTK+ widget toolkit. Like other “core” Objective-C libraries, CoreGTK is designed to be a thin wrapper. CoreGTK is…

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Fixing Areca Backup on 64-bit Windows

If you’re like me, and you probably are, you do a terrible job of backing up your digital files life on a regular basis. Thankfully some smart people out there have made it awfully convenient to set up a backup system once and then more or less forget about it. My personal tool for the…

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Create a GTK+ application on Linux with Objective-C

As sort of follow-up-in-spirit to my older post I decided to share a really straight forward way to use Objective-C to build GTK+ applications. Objective-what? Objective-C is an improvement to the iconic C programming language that remains backwards compatible while adding many new and interesting features. Chief among these additions is syntax for real objects…

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Compile Windows programs on Linux

Windows?? *GASP!* Sometimes you just have to compile Windows programs from the comfort of your Linux install. This is a relatively simple process that basically requires you to only install the following (Ubuntu) packages: To compile 32-bit programs mingw32 (swap out for gcc-mingw32 if you need 64-bit support) mingw32-binutils mingw32-runtime Additionally for 64-bit programs (*PLEASE…

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