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pygobject replacement?

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Hi,

I have a python library which is written years ago and heavily using
pygobject in binding signal/events (No GUI stuffs involve). Now I have
to use it in a totally different environment which doesnot allow to
install glib, gtk and gobject. Surely I don't want to change the whole
structure of handling signals/events. Is there any pure python
pygobject replacement that I can switch to, and change only functions
like emit?

Any suggestion is appreciated.

Nov 14 '07 #1
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Linan napisał(a):
I have a python library which is written years ago and heavily using
pygobject in binding signal/events (No GUI stuffs involve). Now I have
to use it in a totally different environment which doesnot allow to
install glib, gtk and gobject. Surely I don't want to change the whole
structure of handling signals/events. Is there any pure python
pygobject replacement that I can switch to, and change only functions
like emit?
I used to use Louie (http://pylouie.org/) and PyDispatcher. They are
both synchronous, though, so to have real signal behaviour you have to
use eg. threads.

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Jarek Zgoda
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Nov 14 '07 #2

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Thanks. It's very helpful.

On Nov 14, 12:50 pm, Jarek Zgoda <jzg...@o2.usun.plwrote:
Linan napisał(a):
I have a python library which is written years ago and heavily using
pygobject in binding signal/events (No GUI stuffs involve). Now I have
to use it in a totally different environment which doesnot allow to
install glib, gtk and gobject. Surely I don't want to change the whole
structure of handling signals/events. Is there any pure python
pygobject replacement that I can switch to, and change only functions
like emit?

I used to use Louie (http://pylouie.org/) and PyDispatcher. They are
both synchronous, though, so to have real signal behaviour you have to
use eg. threads.

--
Jarek Zgoda
Skype: jzgoda | GTalk: zg...@jabber.aster.pl | voice: +48228430101

"We read Knuth so you don't have to." (Tim Peters)

Nov 14 '07 #3

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