Re: [pygtk] Overriding GObject methods in Python

On Tue, 2006-11-28 at 04:57 +0100, John K Luebs wrote:
> > The idea is to reuse GObject facilities where possible (e.g. types, 
> > inheritance, signals, GValues), and simply implement the
> appropriate 
> > vtable semantics overridable at runtime.  I was wondering if anyone
> else 
> > has stumbled on this and already solved it.
> This is precisely what pygtk tries to do. 
> I can't see what is wrong with the way pygtk does things

The PyGTK approach requires writing a piece of glue C code for every
class whose methods need to be overridden.  See the example of

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