Mike Pumford <mpumford%mudcovered.org.uk@localhost> writes: > On 09/02/2021 13:05, voidpin wrote: >> >> >> Maybe things have changed since then? >> ==== >> pin@mybox $ pkg_info | grep glib2 >> glib2-tools-2.66.4 GLib2/gobject python-dependent tools >> glib2-2.66.4 Some useful routines for C programming (glib2) >> pin@mybox $ pkg_info | grep py27 >> pin@mybox $ please pkgin install gtk2+ >> calculating dependencies...done. >> >> 1 package to install: >> gtk2+-2.24.33 >> > Based on that (and in fact my current pkgin output as well) it does > ooks that way yes. My last dig into this was about a month ago so it > is possible. > > Perhaps the python2 refusing to entertain security patches and the > libraries dropping support finally exerted enough pressure for things > to change. If so that's great news. :) A quick look at the sources shows that nia@ fixed this in December by patching the offending file to worth with python 3. Something useful like that is worth 1000 messages on tech-pkg :-) However, gtk2+ has now entered the realm of py27; the most recent release is claimed to be the last.
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