gtkmm approved for GNOME Desktop modules.

While I wasn’t paying attention, and without me asking, gtkmm was approved as a dependency for official GNOME applications, which is a nice surprise. Python was approved before, and Mono will be allowed on a case-by-case basis. I still think it’s unwise to have a desktop implemented in too many different programming languages, but I guess C++ is the closest thing to C, and C++ is already used partly by some official GNOME applications without gtkmm, and doesn’t present a big threat used wisely. I like C++.

5 thoughts on “gtkmm approved for GNOME Desktop modules.

  1. I’d like ruby-GNOME2 bindings..
    GNOME is already a gtk distribution of bindings, somebody forgot to do the right choice in the past.

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