Gtk2Hs 0.12.1 pre-release packages available

September 7th, 2011

Duncan has kindly upgraded the Gtk2Hs core packages to work with GHC version 7. They have successfully been tested on Linux, Mac OS 10.5, 10.6, 10.7 (even the native Aqua version seems to work), and Windows 7. Anyone having a different platform than the aforementioned: now is the time to test.

Note that users of ghc-6.10 will need to first install a more recent
version of the Cabal library, at least 1.8. This is straightforward and
should not break anything.

Try with cabal-install

If you’ve got cabal-install version 0.10 or later you can copy and paste
this huge command line to install them all:

cabal install
cabal install

(The above are two lines only!)


Haskell/Gtk+ Integrated Live Environment

November 11th, 2010

There are a couple of screenshots of Andy’s Haskell/Gtk+ Integrated Live Environment available here.

Gtk2Hs 0.12.0 released

November 11th, 2010

The Gtk2Hs team is happy to announce a new release of the core packages glib, gio, pango, cairo, and gtk all in version 0.12.0. Andy Stewart has put in a lot of effort to add many new functions to gtk, thereby getting close to covering the full Gtk+ API. John Obbele has kindly investigated into fixing some memory leaks.

Uploaded version 0.11.2 of the gtk package

August 15th, 2010

Due to a glitch, the debugging output was accidentally turned on the in 0.11.1 release of the gtk package. This upload fixes this. Sorry for the inconvenience. The other packages will not be updated.