I just released a new PyGObject for GNOME 3.7.5. Unfortunately
master.gnome.org is out of space right now, so I put the new tarball on my Ubuntu people account for the time being.
This again brings a nice set of memory leak and bug fixes, some more reduction of static bindings, and better support for building under Windows.
Thanks to all contributors!
- Move various signal methods from static bindings to gi and python (Simon Feltman) (#692918)
- GLib overrides: Support unpacking ‘maybe’ variants (Paolo Borelli) (#693032)
- Fix ref count leak when creating pygobject wrappers for input args (Mike Gorse) (#675726)
- Prefix names of typeless enums and flags for GType registration (Simon Feltman) (#692515)
- Fix compilation with non-C99 compilers such as Visual C++ (Chun-wei Fan) (#692856)
- gi/overrides/Glib.py: Fix running on Windows/non-Unix (Chun-wei Fan)
- Do not immediately initialize Gdk and Gtk on import (Martin Pitt) (#692300)
- Accept ±inf and NaN as float and double values (Martin Pitt) (#692381)
- Fix repr() of GLib.Variant (Martin Pitt)
- Fix gtk-demo for Python 3 (Martin Pitt)
- Define GObject.TYPE_VALUE gtype constant (Martin Pitt)
- gobject: Go through introspection on property setting (Olivier Crête) (#684062)
- Clean up caller-allocated GValues and their memory (Mike Gorse) (#691820)
- Use GNOME_COMPILE_WARNINGS from gnome-common (Martin Pitt)