Python bindings for the GTK+ widget set.
PyGTK is an extension module for python that gives you access to the GTK+
widget set. Just about anything you can write in C with GTK+ you can write
in python with PyGTK (within reason), but with all the benefits of python.
Original author: James Henstridge <email@example.com>
Current maintainer: Johan Dahlin <firstname.lastname@example.org>
This archive contains modules that allow you to use gtk in Python
programs. At present, it is a fairly complete set of bindings.
Despite the low version number, this piece of software is quite
useful, and is usable to write moderately complex programs. (see the
This directory contains examples of the use of the pyglade module, which can
be used for creating user interfaces from the .glade files created by the
GLADE UI builder.
Just put a glade file in this directory and run:
The pyglade module should make it even easier to prototype interfaces in
python, since you can get it to look right, and act correctly when signals
This directory contains some tools that can be used to help develop python
applications. There is a graphical front end to the profiler and debugger,
and a graphical python console, and a 'module browser'.
I will probably link these together with an editor (just use emacs, or write
one in python?).
These are some of the simplest examples you can do. They are only intended
to help you see how to u
- Issue a warning when a DISPLAY is not set (#316877, Johan, Jerem
=== 2.10.1 ===
2006-09-04 Johan Dahlin <email@example.com>
* gtk/gtkmodule.c (init_gtk): Req
James Henstridge <firstname.lastname@example.org>
The PyGTK Team (in alphabetical
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