[pygtk] making an easy tutorial and ref book.
Wed, 18 Oct 2000 15:05:04 +0000
Hassan Aurag wrote:
> I'd like to add my thanks to James too. He not only maintains this
> wonderful package (Heck it got a none coder like me to actually code
> something), but also answers most of the tough questions on this list
> and others too (eg:gnome-devel)
> Hey what about submitting James's name to some award people? And I am
> not kidding.
> > Dear James,
> > I really want to let you know how great it is to
> > be able to use your wonderful bindings.
> > It's hard to beleive the amount of work
> > you have put into maintaining and supporting
> > this really useful toolset.
> > You are truly demonstrating your effectiveness
> > as a large-scale project manager.
> > I think the software industry is morphing to
> > value that skill most of all as it demonstrates
> > a contuinuous and unheralded motivation.
> > Thanks for spending as much time as you do with
> > this list!
It seems it's congratulation time !
Well ,just let me thank a lot James Henstridge for his pygtk.
I use it for two weeks now, and I love it, its really a plaisant way
to program quickly.
I'm thinking of making an easy tutorial for people who want learning
the very basics of programming. It will be based on python and pygtk.
Is someone already doing that ?
It would be fine to do a reference documentation on all functions and classes in
with simples codes examples. Is there a program that could extract those classes
and functions from
gtk.py and even put them in a primitive shape, so I could then work on them more