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Python (http://python.org/) is an officially supported language in GNOME, alongside C++, Java and Perl, and in the GNOME Mobile Platform alongside C++. The basis for the language binding from Python to C is PyGTK, which you want to look in when you start programming.

Software in the GNOME Desktop

GNOME 2.16 came with Alacarte, Orca.

GNOME 2.18 adds DeskbarApplet, glChess, GnomeSudoku.

GNOME 2.20 adds Sabayon, Accerciser.

To get more software included, see ReleasePlanning/ModuleProposing.

Scripting on the GNOME Desktop

Bindings for the GNOME Platform

It's fairly easy to create new bindings using PyGTK Codegen.

Other GNOME projects

From the GNOME Project Listing and elsewhere:

To become a GNOME project, see Infrastructure.

Other software for GNOME

See also Applications that use PyGTK and GnomeFiles search on "Python".

Attic/Python (last edited 2013-11-23 00:17:33 by WilliamJonMcCann)