[ANNOUNCE] PyClutter 0.9.2 - developers snapshot

The Python bindings for the Clutter core and integration libraries have
been released. this release of the Python bindings map the Clutter 1.0
API cycle.

Download is available at:


MD5 checksums:

  c848543847191ab62361d3c705567d52  pyclutter-0.9.2.tar.gz
  8019c0b94bbb347b87026a96cdeb9485  pyclutter-0.9.2.tar.bz2


  * GLib 2.14.0 or higher
  * GTK+ 2.10.0 or higher
  * Clutter 0.8.4 or higher
  * PyCairo 1.0.2 or higher
  * PyGObject 2.12.1 or higher
  * Python 2.5.0 or higher

Optional requirements:

  * PyGStreamer
  * GTK+ >= 2.10
  * PyGTK

This release is supporting the following Clutter releases:

        clutter-core    1.0.0
        clutter-gst     0.10.0
        clutter-gtk     0.10.2


an incomplete API reference is available at:


Python developers are encouraged to submit patches to increase the
quality and coverage of the documentation.

Release notes:

* This is a developers snapshot, intended for testing and feedback
* Requires clutter core >= 1.0.0
* Provides better bindings for the Cogl API
* Adds more examples ported from the clutter core interactive tests

Also, I'm proud of announcing that PyClutter gained a new maintainer:
Bastian Winkler did most of the job of porting PyClutter to the new
upstream API, and then some more by providing first class bindings to
the COGL API and porting some of the interactive tests in Clutter to

Many thanks to Young-Ho Cha as well, for fixing some issues during the
porting and making the API more pythonic.


Clutter is an open source software library for creating fast, visually
rich and animated graphical user interfaces. Clutter uses OpenGL or
OpenGL/ES to provide hardware acceleration to user interfaces. Clutter
can be used as a canvas or as a base for writing a full toolkit on both
desktop and embedded devices. Clutter is portable on various platforms,
being developed on Linux and tested on Windows and OSX with native

Clutter has integration libraries for quickly developing applications
with GTK+, GStreamer, Mozilla and other libraries.

PyClutter is the collective name for the Python bindings for the Clutter
core API and integration libraries

The PyClutter bindings allow you to write canvas-based applications
in a Pythonic and object-oriented way, freeing you from having to care
about the casting and the memory management of the original Clutter C
API, and yet remaining close to its spirit.

More information about Clutter is available at:



Emmanuele Bassi, Senior Engineer        | emmanuele bassi intel com
Intel Open Source Technology Center     | http://oss.intel.com

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