PHP-GTK 2 is Here !

After a long development and QA cycle, we are proud to release version 2.0 of PHP-GTK. This release, named leap day special, marks PHP-GTK 2 as stable and comes with support for GTK+ versions 2.6 through 2.12. Although support for more recent versions than 2.8 is not 100% complete, we hope to cover as much of the API as possible in upcoming releases.

This release comes with support for custom GTypes and signals, more API coverage, and the usual slew of bug fixes. Take a look at the Changelog for detailed information on changes since the beta.

If you're looking to learn PHP-GTK, the documentation is a great place to start. There's also an excellent book from Apress by Scott Mattocks on the topic. We hope you will enjoy developing applications with PHP-GTK 2. Please don't hesitate to file bug reports at the bug tracker, or give us feedback on the php-gtk-general mailing list. Have fun!

knj SQL-admin

screenshot for knjSQLAdminThis application can manage a database for you, in the way phpMyAdmin does. Furthermore, it can convert various types of databases to another type of database (eg from MySQL to SQLite, Access to MySQL, PostgreSQL to MySQL and more).

It can also backup your database in plain SQL - it can even backup a database in another type of SQL-format (backup a MySQL-database in valid SQLite SQL-format and more).

Gul 2.0 on the way

GUL 2.0 screenshot Hi all,

2 years after begining, I'm happy to announce you the " Beta " release of the Gul 2.0 project, the XUL parser for PHP GTK (97% released). I have to do lot of things, but i think it looks like something.

You can find documentation on RedSofa.

GtkEntry : IPv4 Entry made simple with IPEntry

screenshot for IPEntry widgetIPEntry is a widget that allows the user to enter an IPv4 address. It performs some checks to see if user input is valid and implements the get_text() and set_text() methods. reader

screenshot for reader This program reads the RSS from "" and shows it to the user. The UI includes vote batons "+", "-" and "[:|||:]"

Getting (x,y) coordinates when clicking on images

I wrote an application where the user clicks on a GtkImage, and I want to know *where* the user clicked. Here's a simple object extending GtkAlignment.

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