glib/gtk standard conformance
- From: Erwann Chenede <Erwann Chenede Sun COM>
- To: gtk-devel-list gnome org, gtk-list gnome org
- Subject: glib/gtk standard conformance
- Date: Tue, 16 Oct 2001 18:27:19 +0100 (BST)
As you might know we at (Sun) have to take the various components of GNOME 2.0
through Sun's architectural review process.
I am the "Responsible Sun developer" for glib/gtk+
I'm in the process of filling up to so called 20 questions document.
On question 8.6 :
8.6 Are there any existing or proposed standards it conforms to or
deviates from? Examples: SPARC/Intel ABI, OMG/CORBA, POSIX, SVID,
XPG (X/Open Portability Guide), RFCs, national or international
standards. Include version numbers.
I was wondering if you could tell me if I'm missing any standard that
glib and/or gtk are conforming to...
So far here is my answer :
- ICCCM version 2
- Motif Dnd
- X session management protocol
- Window Manager Specification
I'm pretty sure I'm missing a few (e.g. in the IM, i18n, etc area).
If you know of any other standard glib and gtk are conforming to
please email me.
[ I speak for myself, not for my employer. ]
Erwann Chénedé, Sun Microsystems Ireland
Desktop Applications & Middleware Group
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