happindicator3: Binding to the appindicator library.

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libappindicator is a library for setting up indicator items and menus on indicator panels, as used in the Unity environment in Ubuntu. This binding allows libappindicator to be used from Haskell.


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Versions 0.1.0, 0.2.0, 0.2.1
Change log changelog.md
Dependencies base (>=4.6 && <5), glib (==0.13.*), gtk3 (==0.13.*), happindicator3, text [details]
License LGPL-2.1-only
Author Michael LaCorte
Maintainer mlacorte365@gmail.com
Category GUI
Home page https://github.com/mlacorte/happindicator3
Source repo head: git clone https://github.com/mlacorte/happindicator3
Uploaded by mlacorte at 2014-11-20T01:10:43Z

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happindicator3

This project is a fork of the original happindicator library which provided bindings to Ubuntu's AppIndicator library.

happindicator3 uses a simplified build system and is compatible with the gtk3 library, as opposed to happindicator which required the older gtk library.

While not 100% identical to happindicator, the happindicator3 API has stayed largely backwards compatible with the original happindicator.

Build Notes

This package requires appindicator3-0.1 and its development files to be installed.

The included demo application can be built by passing the "demo" flag to Cabal.

Documentation

Please refer to the API docs available on Hackage.

Example

A simple demo application can be found at demo/Main.hs.