Re: help me catch up on GTK gui tools

On Tue, 2006-08-08 at 17:39 +0200, Magnus Bergman wrote:
> Every version in the 2.x series are equally future proof since
> they are, and will remain, backward compatible. I would recommend to
> use the version that is easiest to install (the binary packages you
> mention) unless you depend on some feature from a newer version. If you
> find some feature of an old version has been deprecated by
> a newer feature it might be a good idea to upgrade and use the newer
> feature instead, but it is guaranteed that the deprecated one will
> still work with every upcoming release in the 2.x series of GTK+ & co.
> (I'm not entirely sure this also applies to the mm-libraries, but I
> think they are at least source compatible.)

It is true of the *mm libraries too. Well, the *mm libraries that in the
GNOME Platform Bindings set. People wouldn't like it if we broke their

Murray Cumming
murrayc murrayc com

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