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If you are having trouble finding how a particular GTK class/method/constant has been named in PyGI, run [http://dev.laptop.org/~dsd/20110806/pygi-enumerate.py pygi-enumerate.py] and grep the output. (this app lists all identified methods and constants)
 
If you are having trouble finding how a particular GTK class/method/constant has been named in PyGI, run [http://dev.laptop.org/~dsd/20110806/pygi-enumerate.py pygi-enumerate.py] and grep the output. (this app lists all identified methods and constants)
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* Gtk.Alignment() no longer has default parameters - specify all 4

Revision as of 02:50, 30 October 2011

To port PyGTK to PyGI, read this: https://live.gnome.org/PyGObject/IntrospectionPorting (especially the section abouut pygi-convert.sh)

If you are having trouble finding how a particular GTK class/method/constant has been named in PyGI, run pygi-enumerate.py and grep the output. (this app lists all identified methods and constants)

To document:

  • Gtk.Alignment() no longer has default parameters - specify all 4