GTK+ Inspector Gains More Features Ahead Of GNOME 3.16
Written by Michael Larabel in GNOME on 24 November 2014 at 08:36 AM EST. 13 Comments
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For those doing much development in GTK+, the GtkInspector integrated debugger continues making much progress and will offer a wealth of more development and debug capabilities with GNOME 3.16.

GtkInspector officially premiered in GNOME 3.14 while Matthias Clasen of Red Hat and other GNOME developers continue making this interactive debugger even better for the GNOME 3.16 release due out in March.

Clasen has penned a new blog post where he shares updates about recent GTK+ Inspector development work for the 3.15 cycle. Among the improvements have been revamping the user-interface, a new search implementation, object statistics were added, OpenGL debugging support for the new GTK+ OpenGL support, and a variety of other enhancements.
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