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Re: Contributing




Have you already written an application in GTK+? No. Yes I would like.
Have you already written a library based on GLib/GTK+? No. But I would like.

I have half read the book "Foundations of GTK+ Development" and I tried to start my very first steps by compiling gtk on windows with vs2013. Wall. 
No clear instruction and some are not updated or are very old. I would like  to help and update those instructions for a start. I am a quick learner.
But I need some help with someone that has compiled gtk with visual studio. 

I have worked with a lot of open source libraries (Ogre3d, wxWidgets) or use a lot of open source programs and I would like to start giving back.




On Tue, Jan 3, 2017 at 8:44 PM, Sébastien Wilmet <swilmet@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Tue, Jan 03, 2017 at 08:19:49PM +0200, Panagiotis Follas wrote:
> I am developer, and I would like to contribute to gtk development. But
> first I would like some guidance.
> I can code on windows 7 platform. Like where to start and how.

See:
http://ometer.com/hacking.html

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Have you already written an application in GTK+? Have you already
written a library based on GLib/GTK+?

Just find a bug that annoys you, see if it's already filed in bugzilla,
and try to fix it.

As a general rule of thumb for free software, look at the HACKING file
to see how to contribute (there is usually also a README file which
refers to the HACKING file, so… read the docs!).

If you attach a patch to the bugzilla, sometimes it takes a while before
getting a response. If you don't have any feedback, a solution is to ask
on IRC.

Happy hacking,
Sébastien

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