Future of Gnucash: Most productive platform (programming language and toolkit)?
jralls at ceridwen.us
Wed Dec 29 01:00:09 EST 2010
On Dec 28, 2010, at 9:06 PM, Bill Nottingham wrote:
> John Ralls (jralls at ceridwen.us) said:
>> 2. Gtk+-3.0 is supposed to be released next month. It removes a bunch of
>> libraries which have been deprecated for several years upon which Gnucash
>> at present depends. All code that depends on those libraries needs to get
>> rewritten or we're not going to be in a bunch of distros by the end of 2011
> Gtk-2 isn't going to be removed from things like Fedora or RHEL anytime
> sooon. Much like Qt3 has yet to go away, it's likely to live on for a
> while, even if it's not the 'default' version of the toolkit.
WTF? I said exactly that _one_sentence_later_, suggesting that we'll need to have two branches to support both the aggressive and conservative distros.
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