[pygtk] The Great Master Plan for Python Bindings
jnelson-pygtk at securepipe.com
Thu Oct 14 21:31:12 WST 2004
On Thu, 14 Oct 2004, Gustavo J. A. M. Carneiro wrote:
> Qua, 2004-10-13 às 08:50 -0400, Chris Lambacher escreveu:
> > Allong the same lines:
> > Some things in gnome work on win32 and some do not. It will be easier
> > to separate out the parts that work on win32 and the parts that do
> > not.
> Every module in gnome-python is optional. You should be able to just
> run configure and let it detect which modules to build based on
That sounds great from a user's point of view (not), but from a
developer's or packager's point of view you pretty much /always/ want to
control what is and isn't included. Just because you have libfoo
doesn't necessarily mean you want the program or library you are
building to have libfoo support.
"Never try to write to ROM - it wastes your time and annoys the ROM."
Jon Nelson <jnelson-pygtk at securepipe.com>
C and Python Code Gardener
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