How to decide (and know) which Python GTK version to use?

Chris Green cl at
Tue Jul 31 04:44:20 EDT 2018

Liste guru <digitalfantasy.it86559 at> wrote:
> Il 30/07/2018 19:31, Chris Green ha scritto:
> > OK, thanks, where is its home and full API documentation etc.?
> > -- Chris Green·--
> On the first page of the official docs, 
>, there are the links to the 
> Python Gtk3 Tutorial, to the Python GI API Reference and all you need to 
> start to work with Pygobject and Gtk3.
Excellent, thank you, it did take me a few seconds to find the links
but they are there!  It would have been more obvious if they had been
repeated in the side bar (but maybe I'm just being obtuse!).

> Just a side note: Gtk3 uses the gobject-introspection (and, for Python, 
> PyGobect) to 'connect' the library to Python (or with Lua or Vala) but 
> the same introspection system is used also for different library, 
> graphical (GStreamer or Goocanvas) or not (Gio).
Ah, that's why it's "import gi", thank you some more.  :-)

Chris Green

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