Gtk2 1.200 available

Overview of changes in Gtk2 1.200

 Since 1.18x (the previous stable series)
  * Wrap new API from gtk+ 2.14.
  * Add exportable constants: GTK_PRIORITY_RESIZE, GDK_PRIORITY_EVENTS,
  * Add Gtk2::Gdk::Event::GrabBroken::implicit and grab_window.
  * Add Gtk2::Widget::hide_on_delete.
  * Automatically handle releasing of GCs returned by Gtk2::GC->get.
  * Fix the marshalling of modify callbacks in Gtk2::TreeModelFilter.
  * Correctly marshal the push_in return value of Gtk2::Menu position callback.
  * Fix marshaling of the rows-reordered signal for custom Perl tree models.
  * Provide Gtk2::TreeIter::set for custom model implementations to set the
    contents of an iter.
  * Fix the gtk_plug_new_for_display wrapper so it is callable as
    Gtk2::Plug->new_for_display(display, socket_id).
  * Change Gtk2::TreeDragSource::drag_data_get to also accept a selection data
    object that is to be filled in, instead of always just returning a new one.
  * Improve the documentation in a lot of places.

 Since 1.193
  * Fix more stack handling bugs in Gtk2::TreeSortable::get_sort_column_id,
    Gtk2::CellLayout::get_cells, and Gtk2::TreeModel::get.
  * Improve the explanation of callbacks and user data in the POD page

The source code is available from the gtk2-perl project page on

...and from anonymous cvs, tagged "rel-1-20-0" in the directory

This module requires these other modules and libraries:

   perl >= 5.8.0
   Glib >= 1.200 (perl module)
   GTK+ > 2.x (C library and prerequisites)

If GTK+ is as new or newer as 2.8, the Cairo module is also required:

  Cairo >= 1.00 (Perl module)

In order to build it from source, you'll also need

   ExtUtils::Depends >= 0.300
   ExtUtils::PkgConfig >= 1.030
   development headers for gtk+ and friends

Gtk2 is a Perl extension providing Perl bindings to the 2.x series of
the Gtk+ graphical user interface library.  This module allows you to
write graphical user interfaces in a perlish and object-oriented way,
freeing you from the casting and memory management in C, yet remaining
very close in spirit to original API.  Find out more about Gtk+ at
<>, and about Gtk2-Perl at

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