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Contributions and general help is always very welcome. General comments and feedback is also appreciated. The ideal way to send in code or documenttion changes is by using our darcs repository and the “darcs send” feature.
If you have any nice programs written using Gtk2Hs we’d like to hear, especially if we can put some screenshots up here.
Here’s a number of things that people could help with:
- An introductory tutorial.
- Cool screenshots!
- Packages and binaries for more platforms (eg more RPM distros).
- A more full fledged demo program similar to the gtk-demo program.
- Updates to the cairo bindings.
- Bindings for various other Gnome modules.
- Help with further work on a medium-level API.
- Low level hacking on GHC to get threads to work nicely with GUIs.
For any of these things it would probably be a good idea to say on the mailing list that you are thinking of looking at one of these issues so we do not duplicate work and so we could give you some pointers or assistance.
Authors and Acknowledgements
The following people have contributed to the development of Gtk2Hs:
- Axel Simon
- The original author and main developer.
- Peter Gavin
- Current developer.
- Duncan Coutts
- Maintainer 2005-2008.
- Jens Petersen
- Co-developer and packager for Fedora
- Manuel M. T. Chakravarty
- Author of the Gtk+Hs library which Gtk2Hs was originally based upon. Also the author of C->Haskell, the excellent C library interface generator used by Gtk2Hs.
- Paolo Martini
- Contributed the binding for cairo. (See Paolo’s blog for the history of the project)
- Wolfram Kahl, Scott West and Jonas Svensson
- Contributed a binding to a widget which embeds the Mozilla browser rendering engine.
- Organised and put together the new website.
- Kenneth Hoste
- Wrote an introductory article and helped out with testing, screenshots and feedback on bitmap image support.
- Hans van Thiel
- Converted the Glade Tutorial from the Gtk+ C API to using Haskell and Gtk2Hs
- Jonas Svensson
- Implementation of the ImageMenuItem widget, and improvements to other widgets.
- Vincenzo Ciancia
- JP Bernardy
- FFI patches
- Matthew Walton
- Contributed the binding for the ButtonBox widget.
- Armin Größlinger
- GdkPixmap bindings and bug fixes.
- Bertram Felgenhauer
- Contributed fixes to make Gtk2Hs build with GHC version 6.6
- The Gtk+ Team
- Obviously! For creating a mature, portable, full featured user interface toolkit with such good support for language bindings. Furthermore much of our API documentation is lifted directly from the documentation in the C sources.