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A C++ Application Framework (development files)

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Bakery is a C++ Framework for creating GTK+ or GNOME applications using gtkmm and gnomemm. * Bakery provides a Document/View architecture, but it doesn't force you to use the whole architecture. * Bakery can use XML as a Document storage format, if you like. But it doesn't force you to use the whole architecture. * Bakery provides default functionality, which can be easily customized. * Bakery makes it easy to start developing GNOME applications. * Bakery gives your application structure. * Bakery contains a few utility classes.

The main bakery library provides gtkmm-based App classes for the GUI-independent App, Document and View classes. The bakery_gnomeui extension library provides libgnomeuimm-based App classes instead, for creating full GNOME applications.

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Package version:2.3.11-2.1
Architecture:i386
Distribution:Debian
Filename:libbakery-2.3-dev_2.3.11-2.1_i386.deb

/usr/share/doc/libbakery-2.3-dev/README

Bakery
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This is a C++ Application Framework for use with gtkmm.
It provides a Document-View architecture, but does not force you to use all of that functionality.

It also contains the following useful classses:
- BusyCursor: displays a busy cursor until the instance is destroyed, for instance, by going out of scope.

See the documentation in the docs folder, and look at the examples, s
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/usr/share/doc/libbakery-2.3-dev/examples/README

These examples show how to use the Bakery Document/View framework, or how to just use some parts of it.

WithoutDoc:
- A simple application that does not have documents.
- Like an MFC 'Dialog-Based' Application.

WithDoc:
- An application that can load and save documents.

WithDocView:
- Like WithDoc, but uses Views to simplify the architecture.
- This architecture will probably be suitable for m
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/usr/share/doc/libbakery-2.3-dev/examples/WithXmlDoc/README

This example shows how an application that uses the Bakery framework can format its document as XML.
It derives its document class from Bakery::Document_XML, which uses the libxml++ API.


A real-world application should install and register its document's DTD with the xml-catalog. The
external bakery_example_xml package shows how to do this.


/usr/share/doc/libbakery-2.3-dev/examples/WithXmlDocGlade/README

This example shows how an application that uses the Bakery framework can instantiate its user interf
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/usr/share/doc/libbakery-2.3-dev/reference/README

You need to have doxygen installed.

make targets:

all: builds the reference documentation
post-htm
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/usr/share/doc/libbakery-2.3-dev/NEWS.gz

2.3.11:

* App_WithDoc::on_document_load() now returns a bool so that 
  the application (as well as
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/usr/share/doc/libbakery-2.3-dev/faq.html

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/usr/share/doc/libbakery-2.3-dev/changelog.Debian.gz

bakery2.3 (2.3.11-2.1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Non-maintainer upload.
  * Remove architecture-
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