Posted on: 07/11/2007 05:35 PM
Version 2.10.6 of the Python bindings for GTK is available. It fixes a regression introduced in 2.10.5 affecting a number of popular applications.
The new release is available from ftp.gnome.org and its mirrors as soon as its synced correctly: http://ftp.gnome.org/pub/GNOME/sources/pygtk/2.10/
This is an unstable release and should be used with caution. It requires either GTK+ 2.8.x or GTK+ gt;= 2.10.
GTK is a toolkit for developing graphical applications that run on systems such as Linux, Windows and MacOS X. It provides a comprehensive set of GUI widgets, can display Unicode bidi text. It links into the Gnome Accessibility Framework through the ATK library.
PyGTK provides a convenient wrapper for the GTK+ library for use in Python programs, and takes care of many of the boring details such as managing memory and type casting. When combined with PyORBit and gnome-python, it can be used to write full featured Gnome applications.
Like the GTK+ library itself PyGTK is licensed under the GNU LGPL, so is suitable for use in both free software and proprietary applications. It is already in use in many applications ranging from small single purpose scripts up to large full features applications.
- Fix regression in handling return values of virtual methods (#455468)
PyGTK requires GTK+ gt;= 2.8.0 and Python gt;= 2.3.5 to build.
Bug reports, as always, should go to Bugzilla; check out http://pygtk.org/developer.html
for links to posting and querying bug reports for PyGTK.