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GTK+

(graphics, interface, library, open source)
("The GIMP ToolKit", or (bogusly) "Gnu ToolKit" or "Generic ToolKit") A multi-platform toolkit for creating graphical user interfaces. Offering a complete set of widgets, GTK+ is suitable for projects ranging from small one-off projects to complete application suites.

GTK+ consists of the three parts; GLib, providing basic data structures, event handling, threads, etc., Pango, for layout and rendering of text, and ATK, providing interfaces for accessibility.

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GTK+

(Gimp ToolKit or GUI ToolKit+) A library of object-oriented graphical interface elements for developing X Window applications in C/C++, Python, Perl and other languages. Originally developed for the GNU Project's GIMP program, GTK+ is open source, free software and is the toolkit used for the GNOME desktop. For more information, visit www.gtk.org. See GNOME and X Window.
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Integrating the Accessibility Framework into the fabric of GTK+ will enable developers to easily write accessible applications.
Applixware is the only commercial integrated office suite to base its look and feel on a native Linux Open Source technology through its adoption of the GTK+ technology.
Tutorials on GIMP, the open source graphics program and GTK+