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Re: On GNOME's 10th anniversary, de Icaza and Waugh look back, ahead

Posted by: Anonymous [ip: 192.168.10.110] on August 29, 2007 09:53 AM

A GTK+ application is for all intents and purposes a GNOME application. We've been working very hard to get rid of the (nowadays) unused and deprecated stuff in the GNOME Platform (such as Bonobo) and pushing relevant stuff further down into the platform, i.e. GTK+.



The old GTK+ vs. GNOME application distinction basically does not exist anymore, due to the desires of both the GTK+ and GNOME platform developers (who are substantially the same people, too).



- Jeff

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