We are back from dinner where we met up with some of the D-Conf hackfest guys. Thanks to sponsorship from Red Hat and Novell we nourished ourselves with some decent Portuguese cuisine and are now back hacking for a bit before we turn in for the night. We’ve been working hard today, building on the great start we had on day 1.
Because of our work we have pushed py3k branches for both pygobject and pygi into the main GNOME git repo. They don’t pass their test suites yet but they compile under Python 2.6 and 3.1. The plan is to get them passing their test suites on these platforms and then test for regressions for older versions of Python.
Also the cairo bindings and callback support are almost ready to be merged into master pending code review. As soon as that happens I am going to merge it with the py3k branch and eventually we will move the py3k branch into master after much testing from the community.
I’m going to finish up debugging this long vs. int issue and will be heading home.[read this post in: ar de es fr it ja ko pt ru zh-CN ]