Apr 9, 2012:
Bo is still at itInfact he's been running the shop almost singlehandedly so
Tim O'Neil, a lone gun OSS developer from California, has offered to help out.
Tim been updating the documentation here and there and generally spiffifying
the place up a bit. Although the news has been sparse for the last 6 years we
we have some new blood, expect some new releases and version updates in the coming
Apr 19, 2007:
XFC got new maintainer and a 4.3.2 release
Until Jeff returnes Bo Lorentsen will try his best to take care of this
project. The project has got a few bug fixes and has bindings to
2005: XFC 4.3.1 released...
Today the second development release of the Xfce Foundation
Classes, version 4.3.1, was made available for download.
Although this is the second release in the 4.3.x series, the source
is essentially stable. This release adds libXFCglade, a
Glade module that lets the user use a Glade XML description
file (.glade) to create a XFC application's user interface.
March 23, 2005: CVS updated to support GTK+ 2.6...
The CVS has been updated to support GTK+ 2.6. This means that XFC now
has the following minimum requirements: GLib 2.6.0, ATK 1.9.0, GTK
2.6.0 and Pango 1.8.0. All the new GTK+ 2.6 modules and widgets have
been added. As soon as the new demo modules, examples and tests
programs are finished XFC 4.3.1 will be released.
XFC website now online...
Finally after many months, the integration of the GTK+ Foundation
Classes into the Xfce project is now complete. Along with the first
development release yesterday, the XFC website is now online. The
website has all the usual information that you would expect to find
online, as well as a complete history
of the project and full reference
2005: XFC 4.3.0 released...
Today the first development release of the Xfce Foundation Classes,
version 4.3.0, was made available for download.
Although this is the first release in the 4.3.x series, the source code
is essentially stable. The current source tree has been
in development since April 2004 but under its previous name:
GTK+ Foundation Classes. Now an integral part of the Xfce project, the
Xfce Foundation Classes 4.3.x series will eventually lead to the 4.4
stable release, when Xfce 4.4 is released. This is tentatively planned
for the last quarter of 2005.
Although aimed at Xfce application development, the Xfce Foundation
Classes is primarily a C++ language binding for GTK+ so it can be used
to develop standard GTK+ applications.