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Is anyone using the Kiwi wrappers for pygtk? Is there an updated
version of it? The one I can find is from 2002 and it doesn't seem to
work too well (for starters, it's trying to import libglade and not
gtk.glade)...

Joe Laughlin
Phantom Works - Integrated Technology Development Labs
The Boeing Company


Jul 18 '05 #1
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"Laughlin, Joseph V" <Jo************ ***@boeing.com> wrote in message news:<ma******* *************** *************** @python.org>...
Is anyone using the Kiwi wrappers for pygtk? Is there an updated
version of it? The one I can find is from 2002 and it doesn't seem to
work too well (for starters, it's trying to import libglade and not
gtk.glade)...

Joe Laughlin
Phantom Works - Integrated Technology Development Labs
The Boeing Company


You should also be looking at GtkMVC
http://sra.itc.it/people/cavada/mvc/
Jul 18 '05 #2

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