FeedSpot Recognizes the GtkDcoding Blog

Andre Pany andre at s-e-a-p.de
Fri Feb 7 14:23:58 UTC 2020

On Friday, 7 February 2020 at 13:21:00 UTC, Ron Tarrant wrote:
> On Friday, 7 February 2020 at 10:33:36 UTC, Patrick Schluter 
> wrote:
>> These are exactly the things that were a little bit missing in 
>> the D world. Usage of it and advertisement of its usage.
> Indeed. If anyone has more ideas on how to get the word out for 
> D, GtkD, and GtkDcoding, please jump in.
>> Congrats for your blog.
> Thanks, Patrick.

Also from me congratulations!

GtkD (GTK) are a great piece of software and your tutorials are 
fantastic to get into it.

Now the sad part. I would like to use GtkD at work but I can't. 
The license is really dangerous for companies (you compile lGpl 
source code into your application), therefore it is a complete no 
go from the IP department. The license is a huge blocker for GtkD 
commercial usage.

I would like to run GTK applications in the browser (broadway 
html5). Due to the license issue I have to use the C api):

I hope the authors of GtkD could change their mind in future.

Kind regards

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