Forum: Ruby [ANN] Ruby-GNOME 3.1.1

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404b8c422c1940ce1d9a1cc8f85e90c0?d=identicon&s=25 Cedlemo C. (cedlemo)
on 2017-01-27 21:21
The gems of the Ruby-GNOME2 project are updated to the version 3.1.1.
Those new versions bring:

  * support Ruby 2.4 on Windows.
  * and more, see:

  = About the ruby-gnome2 project

  As a reminder, and for those who didn't know, the Ruby-GNOME2 project
is a set of bindings for the GNOME 2.x and 3.x libraries to use from
Ruby 2.1, 2.2, 2.3 and 2.4.

  The Ruby-GNOME2 project provides the following gems:
  atk             cairo-gobject
  clutter         clutter-gstreamer
  clutter-gdk     clutter-gtk
  gdk_pixbuf2     gdk3
  gio2            glib2
  gnumeric        gobject-introspection
  goffice         gsf
  gstreamer       gtk2
  gtk3            gtksourceview2
  gtksourceview3  gvlc
  pango           poppler
  rsvg2           vte
  vte3            webkit-gtk
  webkit2-gtk     webkit-gtk2

 Since the version 3.0.0, the Ruby-GNOME2 gems are based on the
gobject-instropection whenever it is possible.  The platforms supported
are Linux, Windows and OS X.

  In order to install a gem (gtk3 for example) just do :

      gem install gtk3

  Sites for the project:

  = About GTK+


   GTK+ is a highly usable, feature rich toolkit for creating
   graphical user interfaces which boasts cross platform
   compatibility and an easy to use API. GTK+ it is written
   in C, but has bindings to many other popular programming
   languages such as C++, Python and C# among others. GTK+ is
   licensed under the GNU LGPL 2.1 allowing development of
   both free and proprietary software with GTK+ without any
   license fees or royalties.

 = About GNOME


   The GNOME project provides two things: The GNOME desktop
   environment, an intuitive and attractive desktop for
   users, and the GNOME development platform, an extensive
   framework for building applications that integrate into
   the rest of the desktop.
7e17d370dc95b48cd82944a62f1caf76?d=identicon&s=25 Robert H. (shevegen)
on 2017-01-30 11:55
Yay! \o/
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