PyGTK 3, great and embarassing…

By , January 10, 2013 3:30 pm

So, working to get away from WX as my main GUI source and using GTK as I’ve been an Ubnutu, then Mint user with Gnome for years. Building windows in Glade3 was not too bad and the rapid prototyping with Python makes it a great tool. Sadly, the documentation for PyGTK 3 does not exist. There are differences yet the examples that are found are all for PyGTK 2. Don’t believe me? Try finding information on drawing to a window. Most notable difference is the use of Cairo instead of GDK but it just starts there. Anyhow, just venting on what should be a great set up which is made difficult by the lack of documentation.

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