Re: Backward compatibility

We appreciate the new releases.  But based on several other posts here, I 
think a web page that shows a more detailed listing of all the g* lib 
requirements for each gtkmm release would be most helpful - with a bunch of 
gtk and gtkmm releases, and different availability on different distros, it 
is getting difficult to make sure we have a matching lib set.  I'm even 
having trouble figuring out what to apt-get on a machine right now.  

On Thursday 28 April 2005 06:18, Murray Cumming wrote:
> On Thu, 2005-04-28 at 09:05 -0300, Alfredo Kojima wrote:
> > :) The problem is that even "decent" distros will not have 2.4 if
> >
> > they're not reasonably recent and I need to support them, since
> > they're often common in many companies...
> That's life. Use whatever version your target platform has, or can
> install, and encourage the use of distros that manage this properly.
> We can't do time travel for you. And we won't stop releasing new
> features just because you want to use them too much.

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