[gst-devel] python stuff
David I. Lehn
dlehn at vt.edu
Tue Feb 26 13:58:05 CET 2002
I did a bit of work on python bindings. Using the fancy shmancy pygtk
autobinding tools. It's to the point where the bindings load but they
don't do anything special like ``work'' or ``function properly'' or
``load without spewing errors''. Does load up with lots of classes and
functions and methods though. It's a start.
Thought I'd at least throw the code into cvs. But where shall it go?
I'd rather not use a common bindings module since python stuff has
nothing to do with java or perl or whatever. Currently I have stuff in
pygstreamer/ and subdir for gstreamer/ with plans for possible future
bindings subdirs like player/, editor/, bytestream/, etc.
Does that sound good or would people prefer things like gst-python or
something else? Or let me know why all bindings in one module is a good
David I. Lehn <dlehn at vt.edu> | http://www.lehn.org/~dlehn/
Computer Engineering Graduate @ Virginia Tech in sunny Blacksburg, VA
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