GLib is the most fundamental of all the GNOME libraries. It provides simple data structures for C programs (linked lists, binary trees, hash tables) and various utilities such as string manipulation functions.
If you are not writing C programs, you normally don't need to be concerned with GLib. If you are, however, GLib will make your life as a C programmer much easier.
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