Python Support in GNOME Gets a Boost From Hackfest

Python Support in GNOME Gets a Boost From Hackfest

The One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) Project is hosting a hackfest aimed at simplifying the development of bindings that make it possible to create GTK+ applications with alternate programming languages. The Python GObject introspection project offers a way to standardize this development with a centralized repository of data.

The new framework will originally work alongside existing bindings in order to maintain continuity but will eventually replace the existing system, a delicate process that one attendee compares to “performing engine maintenance while the car is running.”

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