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PyGObject 3.14.0 Released!


PyGObject 3.14.0 has just been released. This is the first major release of the 3.14 series and includes refactoring, bug-fixes, performance improvements, and a few API additions. Thanks to all the contributors and a special shout-out to Garrett Regier for some excellent refactoring and marshaling unification work for Python implemented virtual methods. This work enables out and inout array arguments for Python implemented virtual methods.

PyGObject is run-time binding system for exposing the GNOME platform to Python. This includes libraries like GTK+, GStreamer, Gio, Clutter, and much more.

Notable changes since PyGObject 3.12.0:

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PyGObject 3.13.2 Released!


PyGObject 3.13.2 has just been released. This release fixes many long standing issues and hits a milestone in our testing of having over 1,000 unit tests.

PyGObject is run-time binding system for exposing the GNOME platform to Python. This includes libraries like GTK+, GStreamer, Gio, Clutter, and much more.

What's new in PyGObject 3.13.2:

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The new release is available from ftp.gnome.org and git.gnome.org: