Re: Is libgd still a thing?

Hm indeed, not sure why I had that impression.

On 15/06/2021 15:48, Bastien Nocera wrote:
On Tue, 2021-06-15 at 14:58 +0500, Alexander Mikhaylenko via desktop-
devel-list wrote:
As far as I know, libgd is pretty much only used for tagged entries
nowadays. In GTK4 it's a lot easier to implement them in-tree than it
was in GTK3, gtk4-demo even has an example.
It doesn't take very long to see that this isn't the case.

tagged-entry and main-view:

gd-two-lines-renderer as a cut'n'paste:

tagged-entry, main-view and icon-view:

tagged-entry, main-box and icon-view:

main-view, notification, and tagged-entry:

(gnome-music doesn't use libgd anymore, the version in Debian still

The only 2 modules that just use the tagged-entry:

On 15/06/2021 14:54, Allan Day wrote:
Emmanuele Bassi via desktop-devel-list <
desktop-devel-list gnome org> wrote:
   - nautilus
   - evince
   - totem
   - gnome-photos
   - gedit
In terms of the platform, we're working to consolidate around
libhandy/libadwaita. That's what the new HIG documents, and is what
we're trying to constrain ourselves to on the design side. So it
be interesting to know what these apps are using libgd for, and
potentially track what needs to be done to migrate them away from it.
I think that it would be beneficial to have our core apps use the
platform that we make available to 3rd parties.

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