ANNOUNCE: gtkmm and glibmm 2.4.2

*** gtkmm and glibmm 2.4

gtkmm provides a C++ interface to GTK+. gtkmm 2.4 wraps additional API in GTK+ 2.4. 
gtkmm 2.4 installs in parallel with gtkmm 2.2, so you can have both installed at 
the same time. glibmm is now a separate module, for use in non-GUI software.

gtkmm stays in-sync with GTK+ by following the official GNOME release schedule:

Bindings for the rest of the GNOME Platform are also available, and are also 

*** Changes

glibmm 2.4.2:

* Glib::Dispatcher: win32 implementation rewritten, and hopefully, improved.
  (Daniel Elstner)
* Glib::ustring:
  - Optimization and code-cleanup. (Daniel Elstner)
  - Added reference documentation for constuctors. (Murray Cumming)
* Fixed some compiler warnings.
  (Daniel Elstner)
* gmmproc: Some improvements for libgdamm. (Murray Cumming)

gtkmm 2.4.2:

* ComboBox::get_active(): Properly initialize the iterator. 
  (Murray Cumming)
* ComboBoxTextEntry: Don't add the text column twice. (Teemu Tervo)
* ComboBoxText, ComboBoxEntryText::get_active_text(): Fix potential 
  crash. (Murray Cumming)
* TreeView::get_path_at_pos(): Correct memory mangement.
  (Murray Cumming, David)
* Use GTHREAD_CFLAGS when appropriate. (Daniel Elstner)
* gtkmm.h: Add comboboxentry.h and comboboxentrytext.h.
  (Daniel Elstner)

*** Download

You will need libsigc++ 2.0, available here:

*** Development 

There is active discussion on the mailing list:
and in the #c++ channel on

Murray Cumming
murray usa net

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