Im converting some System.Windows.Forms to Gtk# and its downright frustrating. Not that the technology is buggy, its mature enough to rely on, but Im so new to it and not used to the widgets, syntax nor "Packing" philosophy... The worst thing about it, is that the documentation is not centralised, and the one which show most promise is incomplete gah!
A search on google reveals lots of links, but they are to unrelated languages like C++ or PHP or Ruby. Nothing on mono. The C++ ones are good, as the documentation is 60% complete, but I will still have to guess the Properties in C# when I try to compile.
Plus monodevelop is still way too slow with its code completion. Press Cntrl-Space and expect to wait between 2-10 seconds. No good!
Here are some refs which are barely useful:
The Mono Handbook
Anyway, Im just dissapointed in not finding a consistent and updated referenc site for Gtk#.
I found this more useful, its a desktop app called Gnome devhelp. Contains all the APIs necessary, but in C.
Another one is this The Official Mono Docs