Writing GNOME Applications
by John R. Sheets
Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional 2000
The GNU Network Object Model Environment (GNOME) is a free, open-sourced desktop and application programming environment that provides consistent appearance and functionality, a smaller code base, and better integration for UNIX/Linux-based applications. This book will help Linux programmers learn the basics of GNOME and understand how to write real-world applications using this important programming environment. Focusing on the essentials, the book guides you through GNOME's fundamental elements and explains how and why these elements function as they do.
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