You can find the Quickstart Manual here.
You can find the GTK-server Tutorial here.
There is another (outdated) tutorial with Scriptbasic here.
You can find the GTK-server manual page here.
You can find the "gtk-server.cfg" manual page here.
For more information, please check out the GTK-server forum at:
Mark Carter's tutorial for CLisp here.
Leonardo Cecchi's instructions how to compile the GTK-server in MacOSX are here.
The GTK-server mailinglist archives contain a lot of information too: archives
The complete GTK 1 documentation here.
The complete GDK 1 documentation here.
The complete GLIB 1 documentation here.
My unoffical XForms distribution here. It is the 1.0 sourcepackage from Savannah with patched sources so compilation with newer GCC versions works.
- Download and bunzip2 the XForms package.
- Go into the newly created sourcedirectory. To create all makefiles run:
- Now run 'make' and after that 'make install'.
I have compiled this package with XFree 6.8, 6.9 and Xorg 7.x successfully. After installation of XForms it is possible to compile the GTK-server with XForms as a backend by running the 'configure'-script of GTK-server as follows:
After compilation and installation change the 'gtk-server.cfg' file so it points to the XForms libraries.
The complete XForms documentation here.
- Drawing on a canvas (newLisp) here.
- Drag and Drop (newLisp) here.
- Scrolled text in a label (newLisp) here.
- Colored widgets (newLisp) here.
- Using the Poppler library (Kornshell) here.
And now for something completely different
My article about the design of the GTK-server. This article has appeared in SDJ Extra! and was translated into German, Spanish, Polish and French. Best read with AbiWord.