Re: Perl bindings and the newest gtk+

--- On Thu, 11/19/09, Chris Debenham <chris adebenham com> wrote:

From: Chris Debenham <chris adebenham com>
Subject: Re: Perl bindings and the newest gtk+
To: "Sergei Steshenko" <sergstesh yahoo com>
Cc: gtk-perl-list gnome org
Date: Thursday, November 19, 2009, 12:21 PM
They are working fine for me with gtk

2009/11/20 Sergei Steshenko <sergstesh yahoo com>:

are Perl bindings supposed to work with the newest
gtk+, e.g. gtk+-2.18.* ?

I haven't tried yet, just want to know about gtk+
changes which could break
the bindings, etc.


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Jonathan Swift  - "May you live every day of your
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Thanks for the update.

My situation is like this:

1) there is system gtk+, and it's 2.14.*;

2) there is self-built gtk+ and all its dependencies - of course, in
separate from system directories.

I can build any version of anything in these separate directories, but
desktop theme remains common for system applications (e.g. 'firefox' which
I don't build) and for my applications based on "my" gtk+.

So, will the desktop theme compatible with gtk+-2.14.7 stay compatible with, say, gtk+-2.18.3 ?

When I upgraded to SUSE-11.1 with its gtk+-2.14.*, my then gtk+2.12.12
became incompatible with 'qtcurve' desktop theme which came with the
distro, that's why I upgraded my gtk+ to gtk+-2.14.7.

If I upgrade "my" gtk+ to gtk+-2.18.3, the situation with versions will
become the opposite - "my" gtk+ will be newer than the system one.

Well, the question, strictly saying, applies to gtk list, not to
gtk-perl-list :).


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