Gtk

So much for Gtk#…

Oliver Brown
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Well I’ve abandoned my plans to use Gtk# in the language app (which actually secretly has a name now). The main reason for changing is simplicity. I had a look at the TreeView control in Gtk and decided it was too much work. Although the theory of good MVC separation is good, the user interface is such a small, simple part of my app it wasn’t worth it. The stuff I need from System.Windows.Forms should work in Mono (and .NET 1.1 and hopefully even the Compact Framework). I still prefer the way Gtk handles layout of controls in general, but I console myself with the Windows form designer in Visual C# Express…

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GMyth - a MythTV frontend on a Nokia 770?

Oliver Brown
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Someone on the MythTV mailing list recently announced GMyth, a library based on ANSI C and GObject to provide access to Myth backends in a GTK environment. Their ultimate goal is to have MythTV accessible from a Nokia 770/N800 complete with live transcoding. You can find lots more info over on MoRpHeUz’s Blog.

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