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

monsta opened this Issue Sep 30, 2015 · 4 comments


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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.

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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

@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 commented Dec 12, 2016

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

monsta commented Dec 12, 2016

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

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.

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