GTK+3: port to libpeas, re-add Python plugin support #147

Open
monsta opened this Issue Sep 30, 2015 · 4 comments

Projects

None yet

3 participants

@monsta
Member
monsta commented Sep 30, 2015 edited

This is just a reminder since we apparently have no report on that yet.

Currently Pluma has to be built without python support for GTK+3 as python support relies on pygtk.
Gotta fix that.

--- Want to back this issue? **[Post a bounty on it!](https://www.bountysource.com/issues/27053143-gtk-3-port-to-libpeas-re-add-python-plugin-support?utm_campaign=plugin&utm_content=tracker%2F1179776&utm_medium=issues&utm_source=github)** We accept bounties via [Bountysource](https://www.bountysource.com/?utm_campaign=plugin&utm_content=tracker%2F1179776&utm_medium=issues&utm_source=github).
@monsta monsta added the confirmed label Sep 30, 2015
@monsta monsta added this to the Gtk+3 milestone Sep 30, 2015
@raveit65
Member

also builtin python plugins doesn't work and try to enable them closes pluma immediately.
For fedora rawhide i switched to gtk3 and disabled the plugins, see
http://pkgs.fedoraproject.org/cgit/pluma.git/diff/pluma_diasable-python-plugins.patch

@monsta monsta changed the title from GTK+3 build has no python plugins support to GTK+3: port to libpeas, re-add Python plugin support Dec 8, 2016
@willysr
willysr commented Dec 12, 2016

Should be closed by now as it has been ported to libpeas in 1.17

@monsta
Member
monsta commented Dec 12, 2016

Not yet, I still need to port Python plugins to libpeas (#205 took care of C plugins only).

@monsta
Member
monsta commented Dec 25, 2016

Almost there... only snippets plugin is left - it needs some more work. Currently the code completion there doesn't work at all, I could use some help with it I guess.

Sign up for free to join this conversation on GitHub. Already have an account? Sign in to comment