Re: Searching for simple gtkmm applications

On Sun, 2010-06-13 at 20:38 +0200, squall23 wrote: 
> On 06/13/2010 11:49 AM, michi7x7 wrote:
> > Hi
> >
> Hi!
> > you can have a look at the programs in the "programs using
> > gtkmm"-section (, or at the examples
> > online
> >
> Thanks for the link. I will look through the list.
> Unfortunately some of the programs seem to be outdated.
> For example it isn't even possible to compile AmyEdit with the current
> gtkmm without patching the source code. (SigC -> sigc,...)
> I don't want to learn some legacy way of doing things and so I am
> searching for applications which are built using current gtkmm technology.
> So I am still open for recommendations. :)

It's true that some applications are outdated, but some are still being
developed from which seeing how different techniques are used is still
possible.  For example, Regexxer would be a good application to see how
the regular expression API is used because it is still being developed.

Another good app that uses glibmm/gtkmm that might use threads and other
relevant API is gnome-system-monitor:


I haven't look at its code but it might be worthwhile to take a look to
see how it does things.  Granted, it's developed for linux, but whatever
API it uses might also be usable in Windows.


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