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GTK+ /Gnome Application Development (Anglais) Broché – 19 août 1999

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18 internautes sur 21 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
A bit of a disappointment. 9 juin 2000
Par Un client - Publié sur
Format: Broché
I suppose this is another example of why the people who actually write a piece of software shouldn't handle its documentation. This is a somewhat haphazard reference to GTK+; it doesn't have nearly enough information to act as a tutorial, even to an experienced C programmer, and yet it's not complete enough to act as a reference guide either. Like most hacker's documentation, this is far from clear and complete; it seems geared towards people who are willing to fill in the blanks in the text themselves through reading source code or online docs. Of course, if you need to do that, why bother purchasing the book in the first place? Just read the online docs. I wish I could suggest this book, as it is an "open source" manual, but there's better material out there.
9 internautes sur 9 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
This title is a bit outdated. 18 octobre 2005
Par S. Pinson - Publié sur
Format: Broché
Please be advised when you order this that it was published in 1999. It uses GTK 1.x series and really isn't very helpful since 2.x is the current standard.
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Waste of time and money 4 octobre 2000
Par AS - Publié sur
Format: Broché
This book is almost unuseable. Most of its pages seem to be fragments from various GTK+/Gnome header files with only rudimentary explanations. It does not answer most GTK+/Gnome beginners questions, even if they are experienced programmers.
For example I wanted to call a file selection dialog. The index has one reference to GtkFileSelection, which consists of a screen shot and another reference to the corresponding #include file for this widget. That's it. The #include file contains several functions, none of them are explained or even mentioned in the book (at least I could not find them in the index).
I'm afraid I have to buy another book to get my job done.
8 internautes sur 9 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
The definitive book for Gnome programming 1 septembre 1999
Par Raph Levien - Publié sur
Format: Broché
Fair warning: I was one of the technical reviewers of this book.
This is currently the definitive book on Gtk+ and Gnome programming. Such a book is most definitely needed, as there isn't a lot of good documentation for Gnome programming right now.
One of the great strengths of this book is that it's based on real-life experience with Gnome. Havoc is one of the core Gnome developers, and author of the Guppi chart package among other things. Most of the technical reviewers are people that actually implemented major pieces of Gnome.
Thus, you're likely to find not just a rehash of the API reference (which actually would be useful in itself, given the state of Gnome documents), but a clear explanation of various design decisions you're likely to face, pitfalls to avoid, and recipes for solving problems. My guess is that this will quickly become a well-thumbed book on the shelf of any serious Gnome programmer.
I guess my biggest gripe with the book is its limited scope with regard to some of the more advanced areas in Gnome. For example, there's very little coverage of CORBA or Bonobo, the Gnome component framework. Given that these parts are still somewhat in flux, your best bet is to read the source. This book is a good guide to have along as you explore the Gnome development environment.
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Great book 8 octobre 1999
Par Thomas Morris ( - Publié sur
Format: Broché
This book stays open on my desk as a wonderful reference. I had been waiting for a thorough development book for Gnome. Havoc did a great job covering all the bases including internationalization issues, how to build custom widgets, and a thorough appendix of all the Gnome and GTK widgets. Great job!
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