Re: Compiling a GTK application on windows

Hi Paul,

When I was evaluating gtk and gtkmm, I studied the source code of
ardour and inkscape. The ardour code has few comments, documents. I
can't understand it. I also read an article on why you switched to
boost::signal2 for multithreading. Those helped me choose gtk and
gtkmm, and decide to call GTK only in the main thread. Thanks.

2011/6/1 Paul Davis <paul linuxaudiosystems com>:
> On Tue, May 31, 2011 at 10:44 PM, Gang Chen <gang chen cn gmail com> wrote:
>> (I chose to use boost::thread
>> and boost::threadpool) and gtkmm (it seems to be incomplete; not sure
>> about its quality).
> gtkmm is not "incomplete" unless you believe that a library like gtkmm
> should offer programming solutions for every possible need an
> application might have. if you just want a GUI toolkit, gtkmm is
> excellent. i write this with it: ... its probably
> one of the largest and most complex applications to be written using
> GTK.
> the choice of boost is an excellent idea.

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