On 04/06/2012 01:48 PM, lists@xxxxxxxxxx wrote:
<.02$> dillo project switched from gtk to fltk2 a while back - i think fltk2 is active - maybe worth looking at for emelfm2 ???</.02$>
Anything having more of an independent minimalist-type philosophy would sound good. Perhaps EFL/ETK toolkit.
On Fri, 06 Apr 2012 13:07:05 -0400 xaphir<xaphir@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:On 04/05/2012 02:10 AM, tpgww@xxxxxxxxxxx wrote:Thanks xaphir. On first inspection, this looks reminiscent of some painful gtk3 behaviour for which a workaround has recently been implemented. Evidenced by no apparent relationship between emelFM2 code and reported errors.This pain is probably just beginning. The GTK is under the authority of the Gnome Foundation, which has plans to subsume the gnome libraries into the GTK toolkit; aka, Project Ridley. In my view these plans have a competency problem. Back when it was still the Gimp toolkit, it was a clean solution. I don't trust the current direction it's taking under the Gnome Foundation.
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