[pygtk] [Announce] PyGooCanvas 0.10.0

Thomas Dybdahl Ahle lobais at gmail.com
Fri May 2 17:26:14 WST 2008


Do you have online documentation?

On Thu, 2008-05-01 at 19:35 +0200, Gian Mario Tagliaretti wrote:
> I am pleased to announce version 0.10.0 of the Python bindings for Goocanvas.
> 
> It is available at:
> 
> https://developer.berlios.de/projects/pygoocanvas/
> 
> The bindings are updated with the new Goocanvas API
> 
> PyGooCanvas 0.10.0	(May 01 2008)
> ==================
> 
>  o Install a .pc file (Gustavo)
>  o Add goocanvas.ItemSimple.bounds getsets (Gustavo)
>  o prevent PYGTK from being imported into goocanvasmodule,
>    patch from Randall Wood. Fixes LP#150412
>  o fix object registration TYPE_CAIRO_PATTERN (Gian Mario)
>  o New custom example for SVG images. (Gian Mario)
>  o update with new goocanvas 0.10 API (Gian Mario)
>  o fix a bug introduced by pycairo API change, see LP#222503
>    reported by David Boucher (Gian Mario)
>  o Update docs according to new API (Gian Mario)
> 
> Blurb:
> ======
> 
> Goocanvas [1] is a canvas widget for GTK+, It is similar in many ways
> to  FooCanvas, hence the name, but it uses cairo for rendering, it has
> an optional  model/view split, and uses interfaces for items & views
> (so you can easily turn any application object into a canvas item or
> view).
> 
> PyGooCanvas is a wrapper which exposes the goocanvas API to the
> python world.  It is fairly complete; most of the API are covered.
> 
> The documentation is done, anyway bug reports on docs are really
> important to improve the documentation.
> 
> Like the GTK+ library, PyGTK and GooCanvas itself PyGooCanvas is
> licensed under  the GNU LGPL, so is suitable for use in both
> free software and proprietary applications.
> 
> PyGooCanvas requires:
> =====================
> 
>  o Goocanvas >= 0.10.0
>  o PyGObject >= 2.10.1 (2.11.3 to build the docs)
>  o PyGTK >= 2.10.4
>  o PyCairo >= 1.4.0
> 
> Bug reports should go to
> https://launchpad.net/pygoocanvas/
> 
> [1] http://sourceforge.net/projects/goocanvas
> 
> cheers
-- 
Best Regards,
Med Venlig Hilsen,
Thomas



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