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Python pygtk

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What is Python pygtk?

Through the Python programming language, the PyGTK allows users to easily build programs with a graphical user interface. Its underlying GTK+ library offers any type of visual element and utilities for it, and, if the user needs it, they can develop full applications for the GNOME Desktop. PyGTK’s apps are multiplatform, since they are able to run on operating systems (Mac OS X, Windows, and Linux) without any modifications on other platforms. Another distinctive feature of the PyGTK is its first class accessibility support, and its ability to handle intricate bidirectional and multilingual text for localized apps. PyGTK is a free software, so users can modify, distribute, study, and utilize with little restrictions (including LGPL licenses)

PyGTK allows its users to write down complete GTK programs in Python. It is focused at GTK 2.x, and can be used in conjunction with gnome-python to write down Gnome applications. Once GTK+ makes its transition to version 3, PyGTK will be phased out and replaced with the PyGObject. This uses GObject Introspection to generate bindings for Python and other languages as well.

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Last updated: : September 10, 2014