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Web sites

GTK+ and Gnome each have home pages; http://www.gtk.org/ and http://www.gnome.org, respectively.

On the GTK+ site, take special note of these pages:

  • http://www.gtk.org/rdp/ is the GTK+ Reference Documentation Project; look here for reference materials on the GTK+ API.

  • http://www.gtk.org/faq/ has the GTK+ FAQ; asking these questions on the mailing list is discouraged. Appendix C of this book supplements the official GTK+ FAQ with still more questions; check it out as well.

On the Gnome site, have a look at these pages:

  • http://www.gnome.org/lxr/ contains browsable, searchable, hypertext copies of all the code on the GTK+/Gnome CVS server. This includes GTK+ and Gnome, as well as many applications.

  • http://bugs.gnome.org/ allows you to browse GTK+ and Gnome bug reports, and submit new ones. If you find a bug, please submit it here so the maintainers can keep track of it.

  • http://developer.gnome.org was not yet live at press time, but will be available soon. It will contain comprehensive resources for Gnome developers.

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