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The Grumpy Editor's GNOME 3 experience
Posted Mar 17, 2011 22:48 UTC (Thu) by anselm (subscriber, #2796)
It came out in 2004. The latest review on Amazon is from 2007. Whether what is in that book is of any use with current GNOME is anybody's guess.
Posted Mar 19, 2011 22:44 UTC (Sat) by jmorris42 (guest, #2203)
C++ also looks well maintained.
Java? Tutorials "Coming Soon" for about five years now. "has been used to develop non-trivial applications" and "coverage level is reaching maturity" doesn't inspire a lot of confidence to jump in and find out what works and what doesn't while developing code intended for production.
Perl? "Our documentation isn't what we'd like it to be..." is truthful. A look around leads me to think most of the GNOME APIs are supported at some level.
Python? A lot of GNOME apps are written in Python so one would think there would be documentation out there.... one would be mistaken. All pointers in the FAQ are to information dated between 2001 and 2003 so considering how many APIs have been deprecated since then...
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