|| ||Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton <lkcl-AT-lkcl.net> |
|| ||python-announce-list-AT-python.org, python-list-AT-python.org |
|| ||Tue, 18 Aug 2009 21:05:54 +0000|
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Pyjamas 0.6 is finally out: many thanks to everyone who has
contributed. Special thanks to Kees Bos; Bernd, Bernd and Jurgen from
LovelySystems.com; the people who showed an interest in Pyjamas at
EuroPython 2009; and especially to everyone who has helped during the
pre-releases, with testing and bugreports over the past few weeks.
For a full list of contributors, see CREDITS.
Pyjamas is a port of Google Web Toolkit to Python, and thus enables
the development of Rich Media AJAX applications in Python, with no
need for special browser plugins. Pyjamas contains a stand-alone
very similar to Desktop Widget Set APIs (such as PyQT4 or PyGTK2).
For more information, see:
Known bugs: http://code.google.com/p/pyjamas/issues
#227, #228, #229, #230 and #232
runs exactly the same python application on the Desktop (as python)
Release 0.6 of Pyjamas also incorporates Pyjamas-Desktop directly into
the Pyjamas Distribution. To use Pyjamas-Desktop there are three choices,
with more planned [MacOSX PyObjC; KDE's PyKHTML].
1) - XULRunner
install hulahop and python-xpcom. hulahop is distributed with
both Debian and Ubuntu; python-xpcom is part of XULRunner and is
also distributed with both Debian and Ubuntu. Other users should
investigate the installation instructions for python-xpcom and
hulahop for the operating system of their choice on the appropriate
GNU/Linux, FreeBSD and other POSIX systems are strongly advised
to use XULRunner for Pyjamas-Desktop: it is the most stable of the
2) - PyWebKitGtk
you will need a patched version of pywebkitgtk:
you will need a patched version of webkit:
Detailed build instructions are available here:
3) - MSHTML (experimental!)
For Windows users, all that's required, other than installing python
and Internet Explorer, is one further package: Win32 "comtypes".
Win32 "comtypes" can be downloaded here:
The MSHTML version primarily works. Reports using IE8's MSHTML
engine would be appreciated.
Known bugs: the use of Tab to cycle through Keyboard Focus elements
is ineffective; onkeyup and onkeydown events are unresponsive,
but oddly onkeypress event handling works.
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