Identified, it is really pygtk.tczl Previous version has glade module, current hasn't. Solution is to fix current or to restore previous in the repo.
I'm making some app with Quickly, which means I'm using Glade for the UI and Python for programming.
I run a python application which uses a glade builder file for its GUI.
I recently migrated to a KDE desktop (Debian Wheezy).
Hi Pat and dev team.
I actually noticed yesterday that slackware only has glade3 installed.
now glade has a small naming issue, as seen below.
3.14.2 (GTK+ 3.0) - used as glade-3.14.2
3.8.3 (GTK+ 2) - mainly used as glade3-3.8.3
Glade 3.8: That includes all support for GTK+ up till version 2.24.
I have followed (as best I can) the tutorial here :
To start writing a custom widget in Glade (I have Glade 3.67) but I can't even get the widget (or the new group) to even show up on the Glade palette.
Considering you have read the previous article on GUI programming, this article will give an insight about GTK.
Glade, a RAD tool to enable quick & easy development of user interfaces for the GTK+ toolkit and the GNOME desktop environment, is now at version 3.14.1.
The user interfaces designed in Glade are saved as XML, and by using the GtkBuilder GTK+ object, these can be loaded by applications dynamically as needed.
This latest version, Glade 3.14.1, has been dubbed New York City and it's the first bug
I've created a window following a tutorial via Glade and PyGTK; but when I click in the box to edit it, no cursor shows up and when typing nothing shows up either.
Running through chapter 10's tutorial code in the GTK+ book, I've run into the following inconsistency between glade and the interpreted output.
This is the .glade file itself:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<!-- Generated with glade 3.18.3 -->
<requires lib="gtk+" version="3.12"/>
<object class="GtkApplicationWindow" id="applica
I'm new to app development. Actually I almost know nothing about how those programmers work together,
since I'm just a student who never take part in any real world apps development.