Re: GNOME 3.20 targetting grilo 0.3 (master)

On Mon, 2015-10-26 at 11:40 +0000, Simon McVittie wrote:
For GNOME/Gtk software, and to a lesser extent Python software in
general, I would recommend GDBus via gi over dbus-python. dbus-python
has some historical design issues (too much do-what-I-mean, mostly),
its main advantage at this point is "compatible with legacy code that
already used it"; I can't fix the design issues without breaking that
property, at which point it would lose its one advantage.

OK, it sounds like we should leave dbus-python in gnome-world forever
then, and apps will just have to not use it if they want to be in gnome
-apps or gnome-core.

Please report that compilation error to Bugzilla. I
that it can compile and work with Python 3, because Debian's
for dbus-python provides Python 2 and 3 binaries (python-dbus and
python3-dbus respectively).

Yeah, Fedora does this too. Here is the bug you requested:



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