new gtk-fortran binding

Dear GTK+ developers,

I would like to report a new GTK+ binding: gtk-fortran. I launched the project less than four months ago with Jerry DeLisle, one of the GNU gfortran developers. The home page is:

We have a GTK+ 2.24.4 branch and a 3.0.8 branch. Tests were carried out with Linux, Windows and Mac OS X, as you can see here:

The binding is not 100% complete, and I do not know if it reaches a sufficient quality standard to figure on your page. But we would be happy to receive any comment or advice to improve it.

Sincerely yours
Vincent MAGNIN

P.s. This is the abstract of the project:

"The gtk-fortran project aims to offer scientists programming in Fortran a cross-platform library to build Graphical User Interfaces (GUI). Gtk-fortran is a partial GTK+ / Fortran binding 100% written in Fortran, thanks to the ISO_C_BINDING module for interoperability between C and Fortran, which is a part of the Fortran 2003 standard. GTK+ is a free software cross-platform graphical library available for Linux, Unix, Windows and Mac OS X.

gtk-fortran offers currently an interface to around 8800 GTK+ 2.24 and 8450 GTK+ 3.0 functions (GTK, GDK, GdkPixbuf, Cairo, Pango, ATK, GLib, GObject, GIO). These interfaces were automatically created by a python script which parses the C header files of the GTK+ libraries. gtk-fortran has already been tested under Linux, Mac OS X, Windows 7, on 32 bits and 64 bits machines, and on Big-endian and Little-endian machines."

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