Gtk2-Perl is the collective name for a set of Perl bindings for GTK+ 2.x and various related libraries. These modules make it easy to write GTK+ and GNOME applications using a natural, perlish, object-oriented syntax.
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Release Notes: This stable release coincides with the release of Perl 5.18.0. This version ensures timely destruction of the initial wrapper of custom subclasses. Module version numbers are now changed in all Perl modules in the distribution, not just lib/Glib.pm. Glib::Object subclassing was made more robust. This should fix issues with hash randomization introduced in Perl 5.17.6. UTF-8 encoded strings in GPerlArgv are now handled correctly.
Release Notes: This release ensures timely destruction of the initial wrapper of custom subclasses. Module version numbers were changed in all Glib Perl modules.
Release Notes: This release added support for array arguments to the Perl callback, allows Perl code to return Glib::Error objects, registers error domains, and supports conversion to raw structs from unregistered libraries.
Release Notes: This release ignores MYMETA.*, hushes a few compiler warnings, adds a gitweb link to the old ChangeLog, and creates a %meta_merge which follows v2 of the CPAN Meta Spec.
Release Notes: This release requires Glib 1.280 for the fixes to custom signal marshalling, fixes a test failure in t/GtkRecentChooser.t, and creates %meta_merge, which follows v2 of the CPAN Meta Spec.