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gtk.org for everything really... i forget the code differences between the two, so maybe that IS gtk2 code, BUT you are definitely linking on gtk1 libraries. gtk1 uses the gtk-config gubbins, whilst gtk2 uses the mroe complete pkg-config framework for getting libs and cflag values.
Yea that was the issue it was the ` ohh on the gtk+-2.0 page the latest one is not there its supposed to be but its not. I installed that and now am trying to solve another issue with compiling a simple hello world program keeps giving me a parse error but i see no error with the syntax. ??
Cool well Im experimenting more and more with gtk+-2.0 im starting to see why programmers like this interface for creating gui apps. Its much eazier to figure out then xlib or ncurses. Maybe its just me tho , but its something at least i can understand why this is here and why thats there in the programming code.