Re: merging PyGI into PyGObject

My effort to port hamster-aplet to pygi is still in progress and i'm
waiting for a few bugs to be resolved until i move on. For now it's
just two:

bug 620577 ( is
somewhat of unconvenience as it is tricky for custom widgets to adapt
to theme

bug 620593 ( can be
solved in overrides as i described in the last comment, but i was not
sure i should go there

So for now i have half-functional screens with the more complex stuff
not working. My thinking was that once i have it running, i could
review the effort required to do that and give some feedback.

On Tue, Jun 15, 2010 at 8:56 AM, Tomeu Vizoso
<tomeu vizoso collabora co uk> wrote:
> So we need for someone to port a non-trivial app to PyGI, and once
> that works, try the Python 3 branches for PyGObject and PyGI. If
> things don't work as expected, we need to add the relevant tests and
> fix those until things work.
> From #pygi, seems like several people are porting their apps to PyGI.
> Maybe somebody interested on Python 3.x could coordinate with one of
> them and test the branches once the port works?
> If that person could add proper cases to the testsuite, it would give
> a lot of confidence on the port.
> Regards,
> Tomeu
>> Cheers,
>> John
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