Actually, right now we have both.  Although the directory is called
"gnome-5250" it actually builds both gnome-5250 and gtk-5250.

FWIW, I agree with you, I don't see any reason to develop for the gnome
features... let's concentrate on GTK+ calls.

>
> Thinking more about gnome-5250 I came to this question:  do we want to
> use gnome features specifically (i.e. gnome desktop integration,
> dialogs, etc.) or do we want just gtk?  Personally, I don't see a need
> for coding to the gnome libs.  IOW, do we want gnome-5250 (what we have
> now) or gtk-5250?
>

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