Here’s a little g-i Clutter code sample, just to show how easy it is to use the runtime bindings:
import sys import pygtk pygtk.require('2.0') from gi.repository import Clutter Clutter.init(sys.argv) stage = Clutter.Stage() stage.set_size(200, 200) stage.set_color(Clutter.Color(0, 0, 0, 255)) stage.show() Clutter.main()
Pretty self-explanatory, create an empty stage and show it. That’s quite cool, this new pygobject version will potentially allow Python developers to directly use libraries like Gtk, GStreamer, Clutter and the like without the need of specific bindings.
I have some more examples in a gist. The animation example doesn’t work yet because gi doesn’t know how to marshal python callable arguments, but… it’s getting there! Many kudos to Simon, keep up the good work!