Using Mono and Gtk# to Survive the Gtk+ Treadmill

by Jonathan Allen Follow 608 Followers on  Jul 17, 2008

The proposed changes for Gtk+ 3.0 have stirred up quite a bit of controversy. A lot of people are sounding off against the plethora of breaking changes that are being made for "code quality" issues and don't directly lead to new features. Those hit hardest are also Gtk+'s most important audience, the application developers that rely on the framework.

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