Xfce 4.14: Gtk+3 target version
simon at xfce.org
Tue Dec 12 16:10:21 CET 2017
I have also suggested this before and consequently second the request.
Igor Zakharov <f2404 at yandex.ru> schrieb am Di., 12. Dez. 2017, 15:33:
> I agree with the suggestion to bump the minimum GTK version to 3.22.
> I think there's simply no sense in targeting 3.20 having 3.22 available.
> > I resurrect this old thread by asking to bump the minimum target version
> > of Gtk+3 for Xfce 4.14 release to Gtk *3.22*
> > Every major "LTS" distributions I checked already use gtk 3.22 (debian
> > stretch, rhel 7.4, *BSD) and I think no xfce developper use 3.20 anymore
> > so sometimes the 3.20 build fail and we don't notice it anymore…
> > If you really want to keep 3.20, please advise :)
> > Thank you,
> > On 09/19/2016 09:59 AM, Simon Steinbeiss wrote:
> >> Eduard Roccatello <eduard at xfce.org <mailto:eduard at xfce.org>> schrieb
> >> am Mo., 19. Sep. 2016, 09:54:
> >> Il 16/09/16 20:26, flo.xfce at gmx-topmail.de
> >> <mailto:flo.xfce at gmx-topmail.de> ha scritto:
> >> > I haven't followed Gtk development lately, but you said you
> >> talked to
> >> > the Gtk devs: Does 3.22 bring any new breakage or new useful
> >> features?
> >> > In  it is said that 3.22 is the last in the 3-series, so we
> >> > stick to it for probably a long time. Wouldn't it be wise to
> >> just bump
> >> > the minimum version to 3.22 instead? It will still take some
> >> time until
> >> > Xfce's Gtk3 port is finished and 3.22 will be released by then.
> >> > If distros don't package Gtk 3.22 they won't package Xfce 4.14
> >> either I
> >> > guess. And as Landry has pointed out, even Debian has 3.21 in
> >> testing
> >> > already.
> >> >
> >> > 
> >> >
> >> >
> >> I think it would be a wise choice :)
> >> er
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> >> Just a brief reply as I'm on the go: yeah, we bumped it to 3.20, we
> >> might bump it further if we see fit. As you correctly said there's
> >> still time until 4.14 so also time to reconsider.
> >> The important part of my previous message was about the support of
> >> <=3.18 which we decided to drop for core components.
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