Creating a Google Translator with PHP-GTK 2

In SintoniaPHP, I've posted a tutorials to create a translator client with PHP-GTK2 using Google Translator service.

The posts links are:

Install PHP-GTK 2 on MS-Windows™ - PiGii


First of all, be prepared to accept the terms of the agreement for the following licenses:


I created a new PHP-GTK group in the Open Source University Meetup from SUN. The link is:



screenshot for <application name />PHP-Editor is a program developed in Php-Gtk using Glade and GtkBuilder.

This is a very structured program that allows up to 9 tab (which is the point of having more?), the usual options of a text editor but with the code and highlight the most important thing is the tooltip on the traditional functions of PHP with their explanation.

The package contains the generator to the database of words that must be written in a particular way and is controllable from the command line in order to compress.

Is RocketDMS really built with PHP-GTK?

Question from one of the PHP-GTK members:

"I looked at your submission for RocketDMS on, and from the screenshots on your site, the app does not look like php-gtk at all. Is it really done in PHP-GTK ?"


Absolutely 100%! It uses gtk 2.0 (2.10) and uses libwimp giving it a native windows look and feel. The screenshots are from Windows XP.


Ubuntu repository with PHP-GTK

Hi all. I have set up a small Ubuntu repository (i386) with PHP-GTK (and some other packages), if anyone is interested. I configured PHP-GTK like this:
 ./configure --with-extra --with-html --with-libsexy --with-spell \
  --enable-php-gtk --enable-scintilla --enable-gtkhtml --with-mozembed
And I installed the following dependencies when I compiled it:
aptitude install -y php5-cli cvs php5-dev libglade2-dev \
  php-pear build-essential libgtkhtml3.8-dev libsexy-dev libxul-dev libgtkextra-x11-2.0-1
To set up the repository on your Ubuntu Intrepid do this in
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