Re: GTK+ is real object oriented?

Depends on your definition of a 'fake object oriented environment'.

GTK+ uses GObject to provide its object model:

So, in short, most would say yes it is 'really' object oriented. Because
C provides very little in the way of syntactic support for OOP,
GObject/GTK+'s native C APIs can be a little daunting. GTK+ does map
quite well to other more OOP-friendly languages such as Python, Java,
and the purposely designed Vala.


On Sun, 2009-12-20 at 15:07 -0200, frederico schardong wrote:
> Hi,
> Is GTK+ really object oriented?
> Or just provide a fake object oriented environment?

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