|GNOME 2.8 -- bindings
||[Sep. 17th, 2004|11:31 am]
I was reading the GNOME 2.8 release notes and was shocked at this:
* GNOME 2.8 now includes official Python bindings, in addition to C++, Java, and Perl bindings, via the gtkmm, java-gnome, gtk2-perl, and pygtk projects.I thought it'd never happen!
You mean we can finally write GNOME applications without having to write them in C? (sure, bindings were available before, but by virtue of them not being in the platform by default, nobody used them....)