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Offline Jason W

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pygobject
« on: June 17, 2010, 06:41:18 PM »
thanks to JLS for:

Code: [Select]
Title: pygobject-dev.tcz
Description: bindings for the GLib, GObject and GIO,to be used in Python dev files
Version: 2.21.2
Author: Original author: James Henstridge <james@daa.com.au> Current maintainer: Johan Dahlin <johan@gnome.org>
Original-site: http://ftp.gnome.org/pub/GNOME/sources/pygobject/
Copying-policy: GPLv2
Size: 12.0K
Extension_by: jls_legalize (unsenepopiu at tin dot it)
Comments: dev files

This extension is PPI compatible
Changelog: 2009/03/25 Initial packaging
2009/08/26 Rebuilt against python 2.6.2 and updated to 2.18.0. (Jason W -
  I will field issues with this build.)
2009/12/12 updated to 2.20.0
Current: 2010/06/17 updated to 2.21.2


Code: [Select]
Title: pygobject.tcz
Description: bindings for the GLib, GObject and GIO,to be used in Python
Version: 2.21.2
Author: Original author: James Henstridge <james@daa.com.au> Current maintainer: Johan Dahlin <johan@gnome.org>
Original-site: http://ftp.gnome.org/pub/GNOME/sources/pygobject/
Copying-policy: GPLv2
Size: 528.0K
Extension_by: jls_legalize (unsenepopiu at tin dot it)
Comments: This archive contains bindings for the GLib, GObject and GIO,
to be used in Python. It is a fairly complete set of bindings,
it's already rather useful, and is usable to write moderately
complex programs.  (see the examples directory for some examples
of the simpler programs you could write).

If you have any enhancements or bug reports, please file them in
bugzilla at:
http://bugzilla.gnome.org/enter_bug.cgi?product=pygobject

If you have a patch, file the bug first and then use the "create new
attachment" link on the bug's info page.  My preferred format for
patches is unified diff format (ie. diff -u).  Please don't send me
diffs which don't have any context, as these make it very difficult to
see what the patch does.
-----------------------------------------------------
This extension is PPI compatible.

Changelog: 2009/03/25 Initial packaging
2009/08/26 Rebuilt against python 2.6.2 and updated to 2.18.0. (Jason W -
  I will field issues with this build.)
2009/12/12 updated to 2.20.0
Current: 2010/06/17 updated to 2.21.2


Offline Jason W

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Re: pygobject
« Reply #1 on: June 23, 2010, 02:29:48 PM »
thanks to JLS for:

Code: [Select]
Title: pygobject-dev.tcz
Description: bindings for the GLib, GObject and GIO,to be used in Python dev files
Version: 2.21.3
Author: Original author: James Henstridge <james@daa.com.au> Current maintainer: Johan Dahlin <johan@gnome.org>
Original-site: http://ftp.gnome.org/pub/GNOME/sources/pygobject/
Copying-policy: GPLv2
Size: 12.0K
Extension_by: jls_legalize (unsenepopiu at tin dot it)
Comments: dev files

This extension is PPI compatible
Changelog: 2009/03/25 Initial packaging
2009/08/26 Rebuilt against python 2.6.2 and updated to 2.18.0. (Jason W -
  I will field issues with this build.)
2009/12/12 updated to 2.20.0
2010/06/17 updated to 2.20.0
Current: 2010/06/23 updated to 2.21.3


Code: [Select]
Title: pygobject.tcz
Description: bindings for the GLib, GObject and GIO,to be used in Python
Version: 2.21.3
Author: Original author: James Henstridge <james@daa.com.au> Current maintainer: Johan Dahlin <johan@gnome.org>
Original-site: http://ftp.gnome.org/pub/GNOME/sources/pygobject/
Copying-policy: GPLv2
Size: 528.0K
Extension_by: jls_legalize (unsenepopiu at tin dot it)
Comments: This archive contains bindings for the GLib, GObject and GIO,
to be used in Python. It is a fairly complete set of bindings,
it's already rather useful, and is usable to write moderately
complex programs.  (see the examples directory for some examples
of the simpler programs you could write).

If you have any enhancements or bug reports, please file them in
bugzilla at:
http://bugzilla.gnome.org/enter_bug.cgi?product=pygobject

If you have a patch, file the bug first and then use the "create new
attachment" link on the bug's info page.  My preferred format for
patches is unified diff format (ie. diff -u).  Please don't send me
diffs which don't have any context, as these make it very difficult to
see what the patch does.
-----------------------------------------------------
This extension is PPI compatible.

Changelog: 2009/03/25 Initial packaging
2009/08/26 Rebuilt against python 2.6.2 and updated to 2.18.0. (Jason W -
  I will field issues with this build.)
2009/12/12 updated to 2.20.0
2010/06/17 updated to 2.20.0
Current: 2010/06/23 updated to 2.21.3


Offline Arslan S.

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Re: pygobject
« Reply #2 on: June 23, 2010, 11:20:52 PM »
2.21 is development branch, can we stay on stable releases please ?

also a rebuild of pygtk might be good because lots of its dependencies updated, gtk+ 2.20 most important (speaking for TC 3.x)

from my experience with gnome packages i can say that you don't need to update every two weeks by staying on stable releases because i am sure there will be 2.21.4 two weeks later :)
« Last Edit: June 23, 2010, 11:28:17 PM by Arslan S. »

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Re: pygobject
« Reply #3 on: June 24, 2010, 12:10:26 AM »
from http://pygstdocs.berlios.de/pygobject-reference/pygobject-introduction.html
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You are encouraged to use the latest version of PyGObject that is available
where have u read which one is the stable release?
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Re: pygobject
« Reply #4 on: June 24, 2010, 01:05:18 AM »