Inti is a set of integrated C++ foundation classes for developing GTK+ applications on Linux. It comes with more than 330 classes that wrap most of the objects found in the GTK+ libraries. It has its own system of signals and slots, and has a standard string compatible UTF-8 string class, a full set of example programs, a C++ version of the GTK+ demonstration program, and an extensive tutorial. It unleashes the power of GTK+ with a state-of-the-art C++ GUI toolkit. It makes developing applications easy, intuitive, and efficient, and is designed to work nicely with the GNU toolchain, and take advantage of the standard C++ features provided by the GNU compiler.
Inti-GConf is the second module in the Integrated Foundation Classes library, an Inti binding for GConf (the GNOME Configuration System). It makes accessing the GConf database from your Inti applications easy and intuitive. Its API and documentation are complete and it comes with several examples.
The GTK+ Foundation Classes is a set of integrated C++ classes for developing GTK+ applications on Unix-like systems such as Linux. GFC-Core is the core object and utility library that other GFC libraries such as GFC-UI are built on. GFC-Core includes a C++ wrapper for the GLib object system and utility libraries, a standard string compatible UTF-8 string class, automatic memory management, an optimized virtual signal handler system, and a typesafe system of C++ signal and slots.
The GTK+ Foundation Classes is a set of integrated C++ classes for developing GTK+ applications on UNIX-like systems such as Linux. GFC-UI is the user interface library and includes C++ wrappers for most objects in the ATK, GDK, GTK, GdkPixbuf, and Pango libraries. There is a standard string compatible UTF-8 string class, automatic memory management, an optimized virtual signal handler system and a typesafe system of C++ signal and slots. It comes with a full set of example programs, several test applications, a GNU Autotools test project, a C++ version of the GTK+ widget demonstration program, extensive reference documentation, and a tutorial.
The Xfce Foundation Classes is a set of integrated C++ classes for developing Xfce and GTK+ applications on UNIX- like operating systems such as Linux. The classes combine the power of GTK+ and the power of C++ into a state-of- the-art application development framework for the Xfce Desktop Environment. The classes judiciously use C++ language features to avoid layering on too much extra C++ complexity. The API is easy to understand and use, and should feel immediately familiar to most GTK+ programmers.
I'm sorry but the new layout is absolutely dreadful. There is too much wasted space, the left hand frame being the main problem. The only thing in it are a few small entry boxes, a couple of buttons and a small amount of text but yet it takes up one quarter of my browser window. The right hand frame also takes up a quarter of my browser window, leaving only the middle half for the actual page content. It would be better if both the left and right frames were combined allowing more space for the content. Alot like the old layout I know but hey, it worked well!