GTK+3 Now Uses X Input 2 By Default, New Back-End Caps
Phoronix: GTK+3 Now Uses X Input 2 By Default, New Back-End Caps
Due out today is the latest GNOME 3.0 development snapshot, GNOME 2.91.4, and because of that in recent days there's been a slew of GNOME package check-ins. Landing yesterday was GTK+ 2.91.7, the latest version of the GTK+ 3.0 tool-kit that plays one of the most important roles on the GNOME desktop. While it's getting late in the release cycle and this GNOME tool-kit has already delivered lots of new features, the changes keep rolling...
Glad to see this coming together. There's been massive work done in gtk (height/width work notably, but much more use of Cairo is huge as well). Looking forward to some stabilization along with PYGI maturity.