gtkmm2 work is moving along nicely. kenelson has made some nice
our code generator, speeding it up, and making it complain
about any GTK+2 functions that we haven’t wrapped yet.
The various libgnome*mm wrapper libraries are gradually
taking shape, and it’s now possible to build and install
them all from the top-level gnomemm module, using the same
system as the one-big-tarball gtk+-enterprise-edition
module. Paul Davis is getting up to speed on the gtkmm
system and is helping out with libgnomecanvasmm. Hopefully
he can soon take it over completely.
I am very pleased that ORBitC++ has been merged into a
branch of ORBit2, to be merged for real one day. This is
good news for a C++ Bonobo future.
I fly to Eilat, Israel in a few days to escape the Xmas
gloom and to do some more Scuba. I have to stop over in Tel
Aviv for 1 day, which should be interesting.