Re: Which contribute to the development of software gtkmm?


Look under “Applications using gtkmm”.

Ardour 2 and Inkscape by far the two projects with biggest codebase, but I would start with Regexxer if I were you.


On Feb 1, 2016, at 7:11 PM, Liomar da Hora <liomarhora gmail com> wrote:

I've read the book's examples, but I'm interested in reading source code of real programs.

2016-02-01 11:19 GMT-03:00 Kjell Ahlstedt <kjell ahlstedt bredband net>:
Have you seen the gtkmm tutorial "Programming with gtkmm 3?"

It does not show the real and useful programs you want, but it's good for learning gtkmm.
The shown programs are small examples, each illustrating a small piece of gtkmm.


Den 2016-01-29 kl. 16:04, skrev Ian Arkver:

has a list of gtkmm based projects which might provide some pointers.


On 28/01/16 20:47, Liomar da Hora wrote:
Hello friends,
At some time I have been studying C ++ by the book Bjarne Stroustrup (the c ++ programming language). I come understanding the syntax and programming techniques. Study, too, with the book Design Patterns (Erich Gamma) and felt the need to start applying this knowledge. I decided to meet some of them tookits and what caught my attention was the Gtkmm, it allows more freedom to use pure C ++.
I am creating some windows and testing some widgets, but did not create anything real. And what I want to know from you is whether there are any free software development community using gtkmm and how do I participate because it is being hard for me I'm starting, create something real and useful.
I would like to see ready codes, understand which project standard is being applied and contribute. For sure I would learn a lot more than trying to do something alone. I downloaded some codes program sources on the KDE website, but they use Qt and I have been familiar with the documentation gtk +, gtkmm, glibmm and others through devhelp.

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