|Stable release||4.1.3 / May 5, 2013|
|Written in||C and Java|
|Type||GUI language bindings for java|
|License||GNU General Public License with exception.|
java-gnome is a set of language bindings for the Java programming language for use in the GNOME desktop environment. It is part of the official GNOME language bindings suite and provides a set of libraries allowing developers to write computer programs for GNOME using the Java programming language and the GTK+ cross-platform widget toolkit.
Up until version 2.0, java-gnome was written by a project team of six programmers. Work on java-gnome 2.0 ceased in October 2006. The current version 4.0 was originally an internal project of Operational Dynamics, a change management consultancy group. This new version is a complete re-write of java-gnome and was originally written for creating business tools to the company's clients, but eventually grew into a full replacement Java language binding for GNOME.
Unlike most other GTK+ bindings, there is no version available for Microsoft Windows.
- For the current list of developers see AUTHORS. Accessed 2009-08-31.
- java-gnome 4.0: About. Accessed 2009-08-31.
- COPYING file at the source repository
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