Archive for the 'PyGTK' Category

PyLan a GTD todo application written in python and PyGTK – part four context menus!

Sunday, September 23rd, 2007

Tweet PyLan Four Hello welcome to the fourth installment of the PyLan tutorial. This will be a quick tutorial to introduce one feature: context (or popup) menus. I’ve had many questions regarding this so I thought I would take a quick stab at it. If you want to follow along with the code in detail, […]

PyLan a GTD todo application written in python and PyGTK – part three

Wednesday, July 4th, 2007

Tweet PyLan three Hello welcome to the long-time-coming third article in this tutorial. I apologize to everyone (anyone?) that was waiting for it. I have been very busy as of late and have had much of my time taken up by a few other python projects, that I hope to be able to show you […]

New Comment Moderation

Friday, May 4th, 2007

Tweet Hey everyone, I’ve been getting hit with a bunch of spam comments over the last few days so I’ve made it so that all comments must be moderated before they will appear. Sorry about this, I don’t like this form of comment posting, but hopefully after a few days I will be able to […]

Spanish Translations

Monday, April 9th, 2007

Tweet So I’ve been working on PyGame for PyWeek lately and I’ve been having a lot of fun. I also took a weekend off from my email so I did not notice that Lord Taran has been creating Spanish translations for a bunch of my PyGTK tutorials. If you are interested in the Spanish tutorials […]

PyLan a GTD todo application written in python and PyGTK – part two

Sunday, March 11th, 2007

Tweet PyLan two This is part two of the PyLan tutorial series, if you want to follow along with the code in detail, and have not done so already, you should read part one of this series. In this tutorial I will go over the following items: Showing a popup window Working with a gtk.Calendar […]

PyLan a GTD todo application written in python and PyGTK – part one

Saturday, February 17th, 2007

Tweet Introduction All right, many of you have probably heard of, or read, David Allen’s book Getting Things Done if not it’s a pretty interesting book about how to organize the things in your life. As I was reading it I thought that a simple todo list could be created using Python and PyGTK pretty […]

Translating your Python/PyGTK application

Sunday, December 3rd, 2006

Tweet In this tutorial we will go over the (very) basic steps that you can use in order to translate (localize or internationalize) your PyGTK application. For this tutorial we are going to use the PyWine application that we have been working with in two previous tutorials: Building an Application with PyGTK and Glade Extending […]

Novemeber

Saturday, November 4th, 2006

Tweet Hi everyone just a quick post to let you know that I probably won’t be posting much during this month as I have decided to participate in nanowrimo which leaves me almost no time to come up with tutorials. I as mentioned in the past Satoshi Tanabe over at satolog has translated a few […]

WordPy 0.2 – Using XML to Save and Load Data

Tuesday, October 24th, 2006

Tweet All right, so we have our base WordPy application running, so let’s try to extend it a bit more by letting you load and save blog posts to and from an xml file. Please note that this tutorial simply shows one method of saving and loading data using xml, there are many different methods […]

Extending our PyGTK Application

Saturday, September 2nd, 2006

In this tutorial we are going to extend our PyWine application to allowing you to edit the items that you have added to the list and save an load the wine lists you create so that you don’t have to keep entering them in all the time.