GTK Sharp

Gtk#
Developer(s) Xamarin
Stable release 2.12.10 / April 5, 2012 (2012-04-05)
Operating system Cross-platform
Type Widget toolkit
License GNU Lesser General Public License
Website www.mono-project.com/GtkSharp

Gtk# is a set of .NET bindings for the GTK+ GUI toolkit and assorted GNOME libraries. The library facilitates building graphical GNOME applications using Mono or any other compliant CLR. Gtk# is an event-driven system like any other modern windowing library where every widget allows you to associate handler methods, which get called when particular events happen.

Applications built using Gtk# will run on many platforms including GNU/Linux, Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X. The Mono packages for Windows include GTK+, Gtk# and a native theme to make applications look like native Windows applications. Starting with Mono 1.9, running Gtk# applications on Mac OS X no longer requires the user to run the X11 server.[1]

Glade can be used with the Glade# bindings to easily design GUI applications. A GUI designer called Stetic is integrated with the MonoDevelop IDE.

In addition to support the standard GTK/GNOME stack of development tools, the gtk-dotnet.dll assembly provides a bridge to consume functionality available on the .NET stack. At this point this includes the functionality to use System.Drawing to draw on a widget.

Sources

This article incorporates text from GNU Free Documentation License.

References

External links

Free software portal
  • Gtk# official homepage


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