[pygtk] GtkDial widget (where is pygtk wrapper or port)?
Gustavo J. A. M. Carneiro
gjc at inescporto.pt
Fri Jul 30 03:21:14 WST 2004
A Qui, 2004-07-29 às 20:07, Randy Wiser escreveu:
> Randy Wiser wrote:
> > Is there a similar (dial/speedometer analog style) widget for Gtk 2.0 & pygtk?
> At 02:27 PM 7/29/2004 -0400, Steve McClure wrote:
> >Not AFAIK. I used it extensively for an environmental monitoring app
> >but we haven't ported to 2.0 yet. It is a nice widget to have around.
> Thanks Steve. I've located the C source for (pre-Gtk2.0 version of) GtkDial, but have not found the PyGtk wrapper. I would like to get the wrapper (Python/C source?), so I would at least have a chance of porting the widget to recent versions of Gtk/PyGtk in the future (and provide hope to my client that analog gauges are in the works). Any idea where I can find the PyGtk wrapper, even though it won't work with Gtk2.0?
Why not just reimplement the GtkDial widget in python? It is possible
with latest pygtk. There's also an example custom widget in the
examples/ directory of the distribution.
Gustavo João Alves Marques Carneiro
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