[Gtk-osx-users] Info.plist and gtk_osxapplication_get_bundle_id()

Hi there,

I tried using gtk_osxapplication_get_bundle_id() today to determine  
at runtime if the code was running in a bundle, however it insisted  
on returning None (this is from python) despite my best efforts.

I have what appears to be a valid Info.plist file in my $ 
{BUNDLE_ROOT}/Contents directory, containing

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<!DOCTYPE plist PUBLIC "-//Apple Computer//DTD PLIST 1.0//EN" "http:// 
<plist version="1.0">


The call is indifferent to its ordering with respect to  

I am running the bundle from the finder.

Interestingly, gtk_osxapplication_get_resource_path() is returning $ 
{BUNDLE_ROOT}/Contents/Resources/bin whether the .plist file is  
present or not, which suggests to me that OS X might not believe it  
is running a bundle, or is finding something wrong with Info.plist,  
or something else again (perhaps the pygtk example bootstrap script I  
am using is confusing it somehow, or...?).

Does anyone know of any gotchas I should be aware of here? Is there a  
working python example I could look at?


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