Python bindings and Gtk3

Sumit Bhardwaj bhardwajs at
Mon Aug 7 20:51:16 EDT 2017

Agree with Mike. GTK3 changes are looking fine. So far, only minor issues.

For the tab issue, can you share a screenshot or something to that effect?
I am on master build and have tabs on right-hand side as well, but it's
perfectly usable.


On Mon, Aug 7, 2017 at 2:32 PM, Mike Alexander <mta at> wrote:

> You may already know this, but the Python bindings done’t work in the
> current master branch (they still use Gtk2).  I made a brief attempt to fix
> this, but I don’t know either Python or Gtk3 well enough.
> I also noticed a cosmetic issue that you may not be aware of because I use
> a non-default window configuration.  I keep the tabs arranged along the
> right hand side of the  window.  In the Gtk3 version these tabs are about
> twice as high as previously.  This means that my tabs don’t fit along the
> side of the window without scrolling.  Before they took up about 2/3 of the
> window height.  This is obviously not a fatal problem, but it is annoying.
> In general, I’m impressed by how well this works given the magnitude of
> the change.  It’s going to be a big improvement.
>       Mike
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