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The Gnome Development Framework: Gnome Libraries

The libraries in this section are a part of the gnome-libs package and were developed specifically for the Gnome Project. libgnome libgnome is a collection of non-GUI-related routines for use by Gnome applications. It includes code to parse configuration files, for example. It also includes interfaces to some external facilities, such as internationalization (via the…

The Gnome Development Framework

Gnome’s application development framework centers around a suite of libraries, all written in portable ANSI C and intended to be used on UNIX-like systems. Libraries which involve graphics realy on the X Window System. Wrappers are available which export the Gnome API to nearly any language you can think of, including Ada, Scheme, Python, Perl,…

What is Gnome?

Gnome is a free (or “open source” ) software development project started in 1997 by Miguel de Icaza of the Mexican Autonomous National University and a small team of programmers from around the world. Inspired by the success of the similar K Desktop Environment (KDE) project, the burgeoning popularity of the GNU/Linux operating system, and…