On Sat 19 December 2009 10:58:26 pm you wrote:
I am trying to use Pyclutter to get a nice working interface for
Fedora-tour since standard pygtk doesn't really fit the needs for the
dynamic user interface we want to create.
Unfortunately, the code I'm trying to use to create a Timeline doesn't
work, and the documentation on pyclutter seems to be fairly sparse.
Alright, so I dropped the timeline for now, working to get a simple UI to at
least show up, without the timeline support; now I have a segfault
(wonderful!) in the _clutter.so which pyclutter calls. I'm not sure how to get
a useful backtrace out of this from python code, unfortunately.
What follows is my code:
window is created in the method that calls this constructor, it's a fresh
window with only window.show() called on it.
self.window = window
embed = cluttergtk.Embed()
fedoraLogoActor = clutter.Texture("../data/fedora-tour-splash.svg")
stage = embed.get_stage()
the pdb trace tells me that the segfault occurs at self.window.show_all()...
Any ideas/guidance would be MUCH appreciated :) thanks
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