[pygtk] GTK+ Webcore in Python
kourem at gmail.com
Wed Aug 17 06:44:16 WST 2005
On 8/16/05, Andrew Conkling <andrew.conkling at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm interested (if only for lesson's sake) in using GTK+ Webcore
> (http://gtk-webcore.sourceforge.net) in Python. To do so (as far as
> I've read), I must use Pyrex or SWIG. I've heard that Pyrex is
> probably easier to use (i.e. induces less headaches). Can anyone
> confirm that or suggest otherwise?
> If successful, I'll be interested in working on a PyGTK+ browser
> (again, if only for lesson's sake). While I don't think this thread
> would be the place to discuss the wisdom of that, I would welcome any
> personal emails on the topic.
> Thanks for your suggestions,
Do not forget to notify us on your progress? (Add a project page etc,
and get also help from the dev in that project). Gecko is too much,
gkthml2 is too little, and gtkhml3 is not wrapped also :$
Keep it up!
Nikos Kouremenos | Jabber ID: nkour at jabber.org | http://members.hellug.gr/nkour
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