New Gtk2Hs 0.12.5 release

Thanks largely to Peter Davies and Ian-Woo Kim, we have a bunch of improvements in Gtk2Hs 0.12.5:

The source code repository has been moved to github and travis-ci is used to check it builds.

Thanks to everyone who helped out!


5 Responses to “New Gtk2Hs 0.12.5 release”

  1. Seba Says:

    Gtk3 support, yes!

  2. Paul Says:

    Great, gtk2hs is a key piece of the Haskell ecosystem. Thank you for updating it.

  3. Fulvio Satta Says:

    It’s a very good news. Is the glade support expected in the near future? (if it isn’t ready by now)

  4. Don Allen Says:

    I have found a bug in gtk3/gtk2hs that I am trying to report without success (it is serious enough to cause me to abandon using Haskell and Gtk2HS to re-write, in Haskell, a personal financial manager I’ve built in C). I have gone to the Gtk2HS bug tracker several times where I have an account set up, it asks me to verify my email address, I go through the procedure, it says it sent me an email, and no email arrives. Yes, I checked my spam (I’m using gmail, as you can see). I’ve tried setting up a different account with the same result. I’m pretty frustrated — gtk2hs isn’t working for me and the bug tracker isn’t working either. Unless someone can suggest how to get this thing to allow me to submit a bug report, I’m just going to give up.

  5. Norbert Melzer Says:

    @Don Allen:
    Which Bug-Tracker have you used?

    They seem to be a little messed up, as there are quite a bunch available… Theres the one at trac, which is linked from hackage, meant to be a single issue-tracker for all gtk2hs related sub-projects, while over on github (the source hoster) has also issue-tracking activated for each sub-project.

    For Trac, I don’t receive an confirmation email either…

    Can a responsible maintainer please confirm which issuetracker should be used and could check the email problem in case of Trac?

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