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Things to improve in GtkTextView

For the past few years we have got a lot of people asking us (the gedit team) why we did not provide a way to split a document and visualize it with several GtkTextViews. In this post I will point … Continue reading

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New things in gedit-cossa

Maybe this is not as awesome as the post from jesse, but I think it is worth to tell about it. With the new addition in GTK+ for reporting the position of the parsing error in the CSS provider, we … Continue reading

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[announce] pygobject 2.90.3 released

I am pleased to announce version 2.90.3 of the Python bindings for GObject. The new release is available from ftp.gnome.org: http://download.gnome.org/sources/pygobject/2.90/ What’s new since PyGObject 2.90.2? support skip annotation for return values (John (J5) Palmieri) Test GPtrArray regression (Xavier Claessens) Drop … Continue reading

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Blame mode for gitg

So these days I was a bit tired of documenting my final degree project and I started to work a little on gitg. For those who don’t know what is gitg, gitg is a git repository viewer for GNOME. I … Continue reading

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[Announce] pygobject 2.28.6 released

I am pleased to announce version 2.28.6 of the Python bindings for GObject. The new release is available from ftp.gnome.org: http://download.gnome.org/sources/pygobject/2.28/ What’s new since PyGObject 2.28.4? closure: avoid double free crash (Ignacio Casal Quinteiro) [gi] backport of “GVariant has a GType” … Continue reading

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GNOME 3.0

I just wanted to say that after so much work is really good to see GNOME 3.0 something real, I am really proud for all the work made and I would like to thank everybody for this release. Also I … Continue reading

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Introducing GeditOverlay/GeditAnimatedOverlay

GeditOverlay is a new GtkContainer similar to GtkFixed but that only allows you to put the childs in specific positions, north-west/east, south-west/east etc. Apart from this, this container is based on the main-widget idea. Where all the requesitions and allocations … Continue reading

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In the Python hackfest 2011

Hey everybody, I wanted to say in this post that this week I will be in Prague working on trying to get gedit ported to python introspection. So far we are having quite some progress on fixing the problems that … Continue reading

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gtranslator meets gtk+ 3 and beer meeting in prague

Just inform that I invested the past two weeks porting gtranslator to the last new cool things around. So far is using GtkApplication, GSettings (already in the last release), libpeas, which means that you will able to have python plugins … Continue reading

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In Poland and some hacking

Hey folks, as a new experience in my life I’ll be in Poland doing the Erasmus the whole year, so if anybody from there wants to have a beer, coffee or something please let me know. I’ll be mainly in Bielsko-biala but … Continue reading

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