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On Fri, Feb 11, 2011 at 1:54 PM, Ryan Pusztai <> wrote:
> Hi,
> On Fri, Feb 11, 2011 at 7:57 AM, Iñigo Serna <> wrote:
>> Of course, there isn't much documentation, but only with the gtk+ docs
>> and the examples provided in the package it's quite easy to do complex
>> interfaces.
>> Afaik lgob is a one-man project, but its author, Lucas Hermann Negri,
>> is very friendly. Even he has added some features I needed when I
>> requested them.
>> Note that I'm a lgob user only, a quite happy user in fact, not
>> related with its development.
>> My intentions is to point to this project as I think it deserves more
>> attention.
> Is this usable on Windows? Just looking for a cross-platform solution and
> IUP and wxLua are the 2 best I have found.
> --
> Regards,
> Ryan


It runs fine in Windows too, but the binaries are outdated. I will
provide new binaries soon (where soon = in math.random(1,15) days).

As Iñigo Serna already pointed, lgob maintains the original GTK+ API
where possible. The main differences are published in is tiny
documentation [1]. There are more than 70 examples in the bundle,
covering many parts of the API.