On Tue, Jul 27, 2010 at 9:33 PM, Adam Williamson <awilliam(a)redhat.com> wrote:
On Tue, 2010-07-27 at 16:27 -0400, Bill Nottingham wrote:
> Adam Williamson (awilliam(a)redhat.com) said:
> > For now I'm going to send David a build with the Brasero and Evince
> > modules disabled and the gnome-media-profiles support also disabled.
> > This will break a couple of apps - pybackpack and sugar-read - but
> > that's presumably preferable to having gnome-python2-desktop broken
> > entirely (and hence also gnome-applets). Obviously, though, this should
> > be fixed properly - upstream, of course.
> I can't see any other solution than dropping those modules permanently -
> you don't want apps trying to import a gtk3 version of gnome-python2-evince
> and a gtk2 version of gnome-python2-something-else.
True, I guess we just wait for the tipping point where most things are
ported to gtk3 and then drop stuff that's still gtk2 instead?
The sugar-read is a massive problem for the Sugar on a Stick spin and
The fact is that the gnome team should have a plan for this as part of
their migration to the whole g*3 project. I believe that alot of the
support in those bindings is plain moving to gobject-intropection auto
generated bindings so maybe it might be worth someone from the
upstream teams that have crossover into the fedora team actually
giving feedback here. The person that comes to mind that might be able
to give direction is Colin Walters as he's intimately involved in the
introspection bindings as its possibly that the bindings that aren't
being updated already have the related bits in place.