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'''Note: New users are encouraged to use GTK+3 through the [[https://live.gnome.org/PyGObject|PyGObject bindings]] instead of using PyGTK with GTK+2. Windows users may still want to keep using PyGTK until more convenient installers are published.'''

PyGtk is a set of Python bindings to the popular GTK Toolkit. It provides an object-oriented interface that is slightly higher level than the C one. It is simple to install on Unix, Win32 installer versions are available, and Mac OS X versions are in development.

KiWi is a set of classes and wrappers for PyGTK that were developed to provide a sort of framework for applications. Roughly modelled on Smalltalk's MVC, Kiwi intention is becoming a simple way to make a UI.

Note: New users are encouraged to use GTK+3 through the PyGObject bindings instead of using PyGTK with GTK+2. Windows users may still want to keep using PyGTK until more convenient installers are published.

[pygtk-codes] Sample PyGTK Codes


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PyGtk (last edited 2014-05-26 15:05:42 by PaulBoddie)

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