[R-SIG-Mac] Fwd: [gtk+osx] About GTK-OSX Status

Jan de Leeuw deleeuw at stat.ucla.edu
Sat Mar 19 07:13:00 CET 2005

Begin forwarded message:

> From: "Robin Rowe" <rower at MovieEditor.com>
> Date: March 18, 2005 21:55:59
> To: <gtk-osx-developer at lists.sourceforge.net>
> Subject: Re: [gtk+osx] About GTK-OSX Status
> Reply-To: gtk-osx-developer at lists.sourceforge.net
> Arthur,
>> Is any development actually going on in this project?
> Yes, although slowly. Andy and I are kept busy on other projects  
> (FCP and CinePaint respectively). I hope I'll be able to find more  
> time soon. Many people volunteer to help us with GTK+OSX, and help  
> is appreaciated when we get it.
>> Will GTK 2 ever be supported?
> The GTK2 project is very active. However, they have nobody working  
> on a Mac port. Supporting GTK2 would be beyond our mandate. Work on  
> GTK2 is best done at gtk.org against the official GTK2 CVS.
> The purpose of GTK+OSX, and the reason we're here as an independent  
> project from gtk.org, is to complete the orphaned GTK1 port of the  
> Mac. We don't have the bandwidth to undertake that.
>> The GTK-Quartz project is dead.
>> The GTK-Cocoa project looks dead as well.
>> This project as the most recent activity that I can see. (On  
>> mailing lists)
> This is the only GTK Mac port that's alive.
> Robin
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