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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.
Bakery ---------- 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 more»
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 more»
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.
This example shows how an application that uses the Bakery framework can instantiate its user interf more»
You need to have doxygen installed. make targets: all: builds the reference documentation post-htm more»
2.3.11: * App_WithDoc::on_document_load() now returns a bool so that the application (as well as more»
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bakery2.3 (2.3.11-2.1) unstable; urgency=medium * Non-maintainer upload. * Remove architecture- more»