Re: Gtk-OSX

On Sep 3, 2010, at 4:30 PM, John Stowers wrote:

>> its Python bindings to PyGtk if the devs over there are willing.
> Yip, that would be fine in theory (PyGtk). Could you please point me to
> where the PyGtk code for this lives? I presume you are talking about
> just the ige-mac-integration GtkOSXApplication bindings in GitHub?
> PyGtk will not see updates into the gtk+-3.0 series, so the code will
> likely need to be annotated for gobject-introspection and then some
> effort made into making sure all that stuff works on OSX, but based on
> the current trend that will be a while away.
> Anyway, my goal is to make PyGtk feature complete (with the whole gtk
> +-2.0), useful and stable before it enters maintenance mode with gtk
> +-2.0.

Yes, the code on Github.

As for introspection, that won't work right now:  I haven't yet made time to understand the scanner well enough to offer a patch (or to use it for the GtkOSXApplication bindings for that matter). 

As far as I'm concerned, there's no problem leaving the binding code on Github until PyGtk is ready to assimilate it -- or forever, for that matter. I think that having code on Github encourages potential contributors to have a go.

John Ralls

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