Is it possible to use GTK+ in Android?

Is it possible to use GTK+ library with Android?

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  • 4 Solutions collect form web for “Is it possible to use GTK+ in Android?”

    Try GTKAndroid.

    It still has many limitations at the moment when I’m writing this comment,
    but you should be able to run some simple forms with this already.

    Nothing is impossible. First of all, GTK library need to be coss-compiled. After that, the compiled library need to be deployed to android.

    Even JAVA can run native code, there should be a way,

    No, sorry. You develop Android user interfaces using the Android user interface framework, implemented in Java.

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