On Tue, Apr 7, 2015 at 8:29 AM, Jonathan Maw <jonathan.maw(a)codethink.co.uk>
On Tue, Apr 07, 2015 at 07:05:54AM -0700, Kevron Rees wrote:
> Yes, through gi.repository (GObject - introspection). ambctl needs to be
> updated slightly to use that instead of the old version.
> On Apr 7, 2015 3:40 AM, "Jonathan Maw"
> > Hi all,
> > I am building Automotive Message Broker as part of Baserock, and while
> > can
> > build it and run ambd successfully, I am having a few difficulties with
> > running ambctl.
> > Specifically, the problem is finding the project that provides
> > for
> > ambctl's `import gobject`. After a bit of searching, it is apparently
> > provided by pygtk (git.gnome.org/pygtk
), but that has the
> > having not been updated for 2 years, which itself depends on an
> > version of pygobject and glib. Is there a preferred alternative way of
> > getting
> > 'gobject' in python?
> > Thanks,
> > Jonathan Maw
Thanks for the advice.
Also, after further investigation, pygtk was not required, but
was required. In case anyone comes across a similar issue in the future,
branch "pygobject-2-28" was known to build successfuly.
Very good. FYI, I have a patch to use the newer gi.repository GObject
bindings on my personal 0.13 branch:
If this would be desirable, I can submit this patch to the upstream
mainline 0.13 branch.