and legacy software Re: pyorbit

Matěj Cepl mcepl at
Wed Jul 29 16:04:01 UTC 2015

On 2015-07-29, 14:31 GMT, Daniel P. Berrange wrote:
> FWIW I found the port of Gtk3 pretty straightforward for
> my Entangle application and find it quite alot nicer to work
> with than Gtk2 in general, so has been a big plus overall.

OK, I stand corrected. I am sorry, if I sound too bitter, but 
I am just in the process of rewriting some gedit plugins from 
one version of API to another one (both inside of 3.* line) and 
I feel like being forced to waste my time. Also, I really liked 
jbrout and scribes, and both of these seem to be going to die 

> ...plenty of significant apps/projects using Gtk3 there,
> not least of all evolution, totem, evince, gnumeric,
> ephinany, emacs

I take Gnumeric and Emacs, but all other ones are in-Gnome 
projects, aren't they (at least having repository in



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