Some packages have already switched to GTK3 in Debian Testing, like gnome-terminal, while others (the vast majority I'd say) haven't, like gedit.
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tt@macondo ~ $ apt-cache policy gnome-terminal
Installé : 3.0.1-1
tt@macondo ~ $ apt-cache policy gedit
Installé : 2.30.4-2
tt@macondo ~ $ apt-cache depends gnome-terminal
tt@macondo ~ $ apt-cache depends gedit
I suppose packages are going to be more and more GTK3 based and it is useless to try to fight that. The problem is that for the moment, apps based on GTK3 look ugly and seem to lack theme.
So I have two questions :
– how to make GTK3 apps match the Linux Mint theme for GTK2 ?
– more generally, how are we suppose to manage this transition phase towards GTK3 and Gnome 3 ?