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MacCentral: GTK+OSX available for Mac OS X

Jan 04, 2003, 01:00 (4 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Dennis Sellers)

[ Thanks to robt for this link. ]

"GTK+OSX is a native Mac OS X port of the Linux-based GTK+ open source graphical user interface library. GTK+ (GIMP Toolkit) is a widget library supporting graphical applications for Linux.

"GTK+OSX version 0.1 is an alpha release intended for developers. It was originally developed to support GIMP. GTK+ is used in Film Gimp and many other applications. Film Gimp is an open source tool for feature motion picture work. (Gimp is an open source alternative to Adobe Photoshop. Film Gimp extends Gimp to operate on a series of images--with a frame manager--and in 16-bit linear or floating point color depths.)

"GTK+OSX is a spin-off from the Film Gimp project. GTK+ is utilized by Film Gimp and many other Linux programs including those of GNU and GNOME. GTK+OSX is being developed as the underpinnings for a native Aqua-based Mac OS X port of Film Gimp that's due in the second quarter of the year..."

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