Project info for PyGTK

Share This Created 7 Mar 2000 at 11:17 UTC by jamesh, last modified 15 Jun 2001 at 11:24 UTC by jamesh.


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PyGTK is a set of Python bindings for the GTK+ toolkit. It is fairly complete and can be used to do fair size apps.

There is also a set of GNOME bindings that go along with these python bindings: gnome-python.

There are a number of applications that use pygtk. Among them are Anaconda (Red Hat's new graphical install program) and Sketch (at the moment, the development branch is using pygtk).

License: LGPL

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