Projects / gladepyc


gladepyc generates a Python module from a Glade XML GUI description which builds the corresponding GTK+ interface by using the _gtk module of the PyGTK binding. The building module which is output can be used to build as many separate window/widget instances of the same class as you want at run-time, because each window is translated into a UI building class. It can also, on request, generate UI building code for just a subtree of the UI description.


Recent releases

  •  04 Jul 2002 11:15

    Release Notes: In this version, I18N has been enhanced, in that the format of message catalog files has been changed to accept the exact strings to translate as translation key. New strings are subject to translation: text and entry widgets content, combo box, and option menu entries.

    •  17 Mar 2002 09:49

      Release Notes: This release makes the list setting methods work, by correcting a typo, and showing added list items. An error is raised when GNOME support is requested by project options, instead of silently generating code that doesn't work.

      •  19 Jan 2002 17:46

        Release Notes: This release takes a window's specified x and y position into account.

        •  29 Jul 2001 22:49

          Release Notes: Internationalization of labels has been implemented; labels' text can be changed at run-time through message catalogs. The tutorial has been completed, and a fix for a bug that made RO/RW attribute of text widgets not always honored.

          •  03 Jun 2001 11:26

            Release Notes: This release honors signal user data specified in Glade, corrects inversion in setting a calendar's value, widget names are now local to their hosting toplevel, some other minor changes and corrections included, and true documentation has begun consisting of a tutorial (work has begun) and reference manual (not yet started).


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