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api_documentation [2018/11/12 23:29]
alexxcons
api_documentation [2019/08/07 01:18]
kevinbowen formating links into list
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-===== API documentation ​=====+===== API Documentation ​=====
  
-Library references can be found in the releases: [[http://​archive.xfce.org/​src/​xfce/​garcon|garcon]][[http://​archive.xfce.org/​src/​xfce/​exo|exo]][[http://​archive.xfce.org/​src/​xfce/​libxfce4ui|libxfce4ui]][[http://​archive.xfce.org/​src/​xfce/​libxfce4util|libxfce4util]][[http://​archive.xfce.org/​src/​xfce/​thunar|thunar]][[http://​archive.xfce.org/​src/​xfce/​xfconf|xfconf]]. They are often also installed by distributions in ''/​usr/​share/​gtk-doc/​html/''​.+Library references can be found in the releases: 
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 +   ​* ​[[http://​archive.xfce.org/​src/​xfce/​garcon|garcon]] 
 +   ​* ​[[http://​archive.xfce.org/​src/​xfce/​exo|exo]] 
 +   ​* ​[[http://​archive.xfce.org/​src/​xfce/​libxfce4ui|libxfce4ui]] 
 +   ​* ​[[http://​archive.xfce.org/​src/​xfce/​libxfce4util|libxfce4util]] 
 +   ​* ​[[http://​archive.xfce.org/​src/​xfce/​thunar|thunar]] 
 +   ​* ​[[http://​archive.xfce.org/​src/​xfce/​xfconf|xfconf]] 
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 +These libraries ​are often also installed by distributions in ''/​usr/​share/​gtk-doc/​html/''​.
  
 Additionally,​ Xfce uses the GTK+/Glib family of libraries which can be found at the following: Additionally,​ Xfce uses the GTK+/Glib family of libraries which can be found at the following:
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    * [[https://​developer.gnome.org/​gtk3/​stable/​gtk-getting-started.html|GTK+ 3 Tutorial (Official)]]    * [[https://​developer.gnome.org/​gtk3/​stable/​gtk-getting-started.html|GTK+ 3 Tutorial (Official)]]
  
-If you're looking ​at writing ​a panel plugin, ​you may want to look at the [[http://​git.xfce.org/​panel-plugins/​xfce4-sample-plugin/​|xfce4-sample-plugin]] ​for an easy start. +If you're looking ​to write a panel plugin, the [[http://​git.xfce.org/​panel-plugins/​xfce4-sample-plugin/​|xfce4-sample-plugin]] ​provides a base to get started.