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GTK+ 3.12 RELEASED!! With improvements in Wayland, Broadway and OSX support. Also new widget like GtkFlowBox,GtkActionBar and GtkPopover!
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gedit has been redesigned and refreshed, and it's using (and helping to improve) lots of functionality provided by GTK+ 3.x. lots more to do, but it's already looking lovely.
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a new container for overlaid controls has been merged in Git, and will be available in GTK+ 3.12, courtesy of Carlos Garnacho.
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don't worry: it just means that nobody fixed the website's footer.

you can always check the state of the GTK+ project by going on: https://git.gnome.org/browse/gtk+ - and look at the commit log.
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GTK+ 3.x is (finally) available on Windows through DLL bundles, automatically built on GNOME servers. We also have the beginnings of a continuous integration build, so that you can always easily test the latest Git snapshots.

Many thanks to Manuel Bachmann, who did all the work on the build environment; and Andrea Veri, who set up the infrastructure.
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thank f#%k! I've had to toally ignore windows in all my recent work.
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New report from the GTK+ hackfest. lots of good stuff happening for 3.10!
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I love that baseline text alignment has been implemented, this subtle little improvement will definitely help the design of GTK apps feel nicer. Good to see typography given some love!
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A new post from Matthias Clasen about one of the new widgets in the upcoming GTK+ 3.12 release: GtkPopover.

GTK+ 3.12 is planned for next week, so you'll soon be able to use this widget in your projects.
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still from Matthias's blog, we now have the option to let you use GtkHeaderBar widgets with GtkDialog.
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Thanks for keeping other desktops in mind. We really appreciate the extra effort you all are putting in on that front! :)
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I'm not sure how many folks here are fans of Google's Go language, but there are some up-and-coming GTK bindings for the language (http://github.com/conformal/gotk3) that make application development smooth like Python, but performant like C or Vala.
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+Alexander Larsson sent an email to gtk-devel-list about widget state propagation that should affect all themes in GTK+ 3.x.

if you are a theme maintainer, please read; and remember to subscribe to gtk-devel-list, where discussions about the development of GTK+ happen.
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First report from the GTK+ hackfest.
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The GTK+ Toolkit
Introduction
GTK+, or the GIMP Toolkit, is a multi-platform toolkit for creating graphical user interfaces. Offering a complete set of widgets, GTK+ is suitable for projects ranging from small one-off tools to complete application suites.

GTK+ can be used from multiple platforms and operating systems.

GTK+ is the toolkit of the GNOME platform.

GTK+ is written in C but has been designed from the ground up to support a wide range of languages, not only C/C++. Using GTK+ from languages such as Perl and Python (especially in combination with the Glade GUI builder) provides an effective method of rapid application development.

GTK+ is released under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License, version 2.1 or (at your option) any later version of the license.