Get your pygobject patches here, fresh off my local git tree. All pertinent tests pass in Python 2 & 3 and we are just waiting on reviews to confirm this. All that is needed is to split out the generated gio bindings and I think we can do another solid pygobject release – now Python 3 introspection enabled for a brighter, whiter smile.
Does this mean that the Python 3 port is done?
Probably not. I’m sure people will find bugs that we will need to fix but, it passes all the tests and that means we can get it to a wider audience. It does mean I can move to more of the higher level bits that still need fixing up for a smooth transition between PyGTK/Gtk2 and PyGI/Gtk3.[read this post in: ar de es fr it ja ko pt ru zh-CN ]