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releng:4.12:roadmap:gtk3 [2012/09/19 13:39]
nick [Default to GTK+ 2 in 4.12]
releng:4.12:roadmap:gtk3 [2012/10/26 06:40]
mike [Partly support GTK+ 3] typo
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 ===== Partly support GTK+ 3 ===== ===== Partly support GTK+ 3 =====
  
-Eventually Xfce has to with to GTK+ 3, so we can optionally support this in a couple of applications to make the migration ​easier ​and it becomes easier to track the status of GTK+ 3. This involves the following tasks:+Eventually Xfce has to work with GTK+ 3, so we can optionally support this in a couple of applications to make the migration ​quicker ​and it becomes easier to track the status of GTK+ 3. This involves the following tasks:
  
-  * Allow building parallel GTK+ 3 libraries for libxfce4ui and exo.+  * Allow building parallel GTK+ 2 and 3 libraries for libxfce4ui and exo.
   * Core components can optionally compile against GTK+ 3 for testing.   * Core components can optionally compile against GTK+ 3 for testing.
  
 Depending on the time we'll see how this goes, but it give everybody the opportunity to work on this during the 4.12 release cycle. Keep in mind that GTK+ 2 is still the target for Xfce 4.12, so this should work at all times. Depending on the time we'll see how this goes, but it give everybody the opportunity to work on this during the 4.12 release cycle. Keep in mind that GTK+ 2 is still the target for Xfce 4.12, so this should work at all times.