1. 17 Jan, 2011 1 commit
    • Martin Pitt's avatar
      Fix handling of unicode for GtkTreeModels · 7a0548db
      Martin Pitt authored
      The code previously converted an unicode object into unicode, but in Python 2.X
      models actually have to specify 'str' (GTK expects a gchararray). So encode to
      UTF-8 instead to get what GTK expects.
      
      Add corresponding test case.
      7a0548db
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    • John (J5) Palmieri's avatar
      moved dynamic and base modules outside of gtk-2.0 directory · 792e679c
      John (J5) Palmieri authored
      * do not move header files yet as they are mostly used by static bindings
      * do not remove pygtk.pth and pygtk.py files yet - there is a debate on moving
        these back to pygtk but you might want to import gio static bindings without
        having to have pygtk installed
      * I have not tested this with pygtk, committing it so we can find out if it
        causes any issues with legacy modules and code
      792e679c
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    • John (J5) Palmieri's avatar
      minor fixes in tests for py3k compat · dec9001d
      John (J5) Palmieri authored
      * add a _bytes wrapper for API that expects bytes in py3k but str in py2
      * fix some more exception handling using sys.exc_info()[:2]
      * use range instead of xrange, items instead of iteritems since py3k
        dropped support for the different ways of accessing iterators
        - this is less efficient in py2 but we plan to target py3k as the
          primary platform
      * use list(dict.items()) since py3k only returns iterables which are not
        indexable
      * missed some _long wrapping
      
      https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=615872
      dec9001d
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