Re: ABI Navigator for Gtk releases

Le mercredi 22 février 2017 à 16:52 +0300, Andrey Ponomarenko a écrit :

I'd like to present a new project called "ABI Navigator" for
searching binary symbols (functions, global data, etc.) in Gtk and
other open-source libraries:

The project allows to find out in which versions of the library some
symbol is defined, added, removed or changed. The data is taken from
the ABI Tracker project: https://abi-

Problem with this is still the same, this tool does not understand the
semantic of stable/unstable branch. It often gives false positive due
to ABI being change during development phases.

Example for gdk_rectangle_equal:

The project aims to help library users and maintainers to resolve
issues with missed symbols and navigate through the reports in the
ABI Tracker.

Have you ever encountered the "undefined reference" error or want to
know whether the symbol is _stable_ enough to import in your code?
Try to find it in the ABI Navigator!

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