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August 17, 2006

Glade 3 sees the light of day

Filed under: News, Reviews, Software — rakeshvk @ 9:25 am

The GUI designer tool that has been building your GTK+ applications for years is back with a completely new generation of homegrown free software. Supporting all the widgets in the gtk+ 2.8 familly, gnomeui widgets, the gnome canvas widget, and a whole new feature set; this new tool is sure to raise a few eyebrows.

Glade 3 has been a lingering myth for several years now. Originally thought up and designed by Chema Celorio, Damon Chaplin (author of the original Glade tool) and others who were around back in 2001 before GTK+ 2.0 was ever released; Glade was worked on vigorously by Chema, Carlos Perello Marin and others. Chema was an outstanding contributor to GNOME in many ways and was unfortunately taken from us in a skydiving accident in november 2003, this one goes out to you Chema! >>>>


                                                                      

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