Monthly Archives: December 2016

Spell-checking for GtkEntry in gspell

It’s done! Everything that I wanted to do initially for the fundraising of gspell is implemented (for the milestone 1). The main steps were: Basic infrastructure, insert underlines to misspelled words. Add the context menu, and have common code between … Continue reading

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Smooth transition to new major versions of a set of libraries

With GTK+ 4 in development, it is a good time to reflect about some best-practices to handle API breaks in a library, and providing a smooth transition for the developers who will want to port their code. But this is … Continue reading

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