Re: why not usring + ustring = ustring like QT?

Hi Guiseppe,

I am using gtkmm 2.24 on my tool project :

Of course I would like to upgrade to gtkmm 3 but things seem not yet very polished and I am not pushed to.

I have been looking at some attempts like :

tarnyko and you could join forces it seems.

I have had a look at cross compiling with mingw-w64 and I think this could be a better option but I have no spare time to put on it.

For know I am working on my "Ada for Automation" project and use gtkada, but not the last version because it is also broken.

Although my preferred platform is Debian Linux, I have to work with Microsoft ones.
So thank you for your efforts to provide gtkmm on it.

And of course, it is an opportunity for me to thank Murray and Kjell and others for making this possible and for their kind support.
Best Regards,

Stéphane LOS
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Le 28/01/2014 01:06, Giuseppe Penone a écrit :

On Mon, Jan 27, 2014 at 8:47 PM, fr33domlover <fr33domlover mailoo org> wrote:

On ב', 2014-01-27 at 17:24 +0100, Giuseppe Penone wrote:
> Hi, I wonder why we cannot add the support for operator + like in QString,
> it is so
> incredible useful.

Murray answered that.

> One more thing, after a request I spent time to create the windows gtkmm
> binaries based on official 3.6.4 bundle and provided a link to my
> successful work but then I received no feedback, did I just waste my time?
> Well if the (only) effort to create gtkmm binaries is ignored, even if
> coming from a donkey, I don't see much future for gtkmm.

I do think some people here use gtkmm on Window$, judging by the mail
sent to the various mailing lists regarding Window$ builds.

But I mus say this has nothing to do with the future of gtkmm. Many
people use gtkmm on GNU/Linux and they can use it a lot even if the
usage on Window$ dies. For example, I use gtkmm for all my desktop GUIs
written in C++, and I'm not planning to stop using it, but I don't use
Window$ at all so I'm not interested in the Window$ build.

I'm not a windows fan too but I think that being able to use the same code/libraries
on different operative systems is an incredible advantage.
Anyway, I hope you get the feedback you expect. And thanks for writing
CherryTree, by the way! I used to use it a lot.

I'm always so happy to hear somebody using it, thank you :)
You see also in cherrytree it is very very important that it is
available also on windows to have the generated document readable also there.

> Regards,
> Giuseppe.

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