[cairo] pycairo status?
behdad at behdad.org
Thu Aug 14 10:58:15 PDT 2014
On 14-08-14 01:29 PM, Dave Curtis wrote:
> On 08/14/2014 09:26 AM, Behdad Esfahbod wrote:
>> On 14-08-14 12:39 AM, Dave Curtis wrote:
>>> Are they being actively maintained?
>> No. :(
> It isn't clear to me exactly how far behind pycairo and py2cairo have fallen?
I know, for example, that the mesh gradients are not in there. I'm guessing
that neither are cairo_device_t, recording-surface, and probably some egl stuff?
> Also, do the Python bindings need to be rev'ed for each release of cairo, or
> can libcairo move forward without disturbing the pycairo bindings?
No, the API that is there keeps working. It's just newer API that is missing.
> And is
> there some difficult technical problem that causes the python2 bindings and
> the python3 bindings to be in separate modules instead of a single
> version-aware module?
I *think* CPython API has changed enough that one binary wouldn't do, but one
source should be possible?
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