Just wrote a simple little frontend to Netware login in gtk that I will be posting on my website on Monday. The guys around here don't like having to type in ncpmount or remember server names.
libGlade rocks. I found myself using glade_xml_get_widget a whole lot (this was in C) which seems kind of hacky, but I needed to pass multiple widgets to the callback funtions and I didn't want to create a struct for the widgets. Is this the common solution? It seems almost as bad as using global variables. Just calling widgets in a function that aren't passed to a function - bah.
On the same note, I wish more developers would use libGlade in their projects. I have been looking at a whole lot of gtk projects and it seems like most people let Glade generate the source code. This seems like a whole lot more code to maintain than necessary. Am I wrong about all of this?
Qt gets a whole lot of things right. Okay - the C++ variant they use is a bit strange, but tmake and .pro files more than make up. I also like the ability, like libglade, to create my interfaces in Designer and not have to deal with gui code in my source. I HATE gui code.