This project provides an Open Source collection of Python bindings for the GObject library
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What's new in PyGObject 3.16.0 Beta 2:
- tests: Don't use deprecated override attributes
- Add GLib.MINFLOAT etc. and mark GObject.G_MINFLOAT etc. deprecated
- Emit PyGIDeprecationWarning when accessing deprecated override attributes
- Add namespace and container name to all warnings/error messages
- LICENSE TYPE:
- LGPL (GNU Lesser General Public License)
- OUR RATING:
- DEVELOPED BY:
- Johan Dahlin
- USER RATING:
- ROOT \ Programming \ Libraries
PyGObject is an open source and totally free library software written in Python and designed for developers who want a collection of Python bindings for the GLib Object System (GObject) and the GLib library, to be used in the Python programming language. The main goal of the PyGObject library is to fully support GObject introspection and all its features, including callbacks, closures, GVariant support, etc.
A complete set of Python bindingsPyGObject is a fairly complete set of Python bindings, which is very useful and can be used to write simple and complex programs (see the examples directory in the tarball for some random, yet simple examples of programs you could write using this library).
Under the hood and availabilityThe library is written entirely in the Python programming language, which means that it can be easily installed on any GNU/Linux operating system where Python is available. Because of this, it can be downloaded from Softpedia as a universal source archive, which requires you to configure and compile the program prior to installation.
Mandatory requirementsIt is very important to mention here that in order to compile the PyGObject library on your Linux kernel-based operating system, you will be to have a supported C compiler (GCC or MSVC), Python 2.7 or higher, GLib and Gio 2.38.0 or higher, gobject-introspection 1.38.0 or higher, as well as the libffi library, which is optional at the moment.
Installation instructionsTo install the PyGObject, you will have to execute the “./configure --prefix= && make && make install” command in a terminal emulator, considering the fact that you are logged in as root (system administrator). On some GNU/Linux distributions, you can easily install the library from its default software repositories. Both 32-bit and 64-bit architectures are supported at this time.
PyGObject was reviewed by Marius Nestor, last updated on March 26th, 2015