Python and XUL: The Screenshot

Mark Hammond just shown me a screenshot of Python and XUL. That’s
right, Python used as scripting language on our most beloved browser
to create XUL interfaces.

I am so excited about it that I couldn’t keep it to myself and thought
it would be nice to share with you.

3 thoughts on “Python and XUL: The Screenshot

  1. So is this on a branch?
    Calvin and I did some work on a XUL front-end during the castle sprint. Afterwards I did some work on moving some logic to Python using a little desktop server, with Twisted and PyObjC.

    Obviously I’d like to replace the latter. Sidnei, did you have to compile from a branch, and if so, which one?

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