[wingide-users] Pi files for wxcairo

Michael Foord fuzzyman at voidspace.org.uk
Fri May 21 08:44:50 MDT 2010


On 21/05/2010 15:43, cool-RR wrote:
> Hey,
>
> I've started working with the `wxcairo` subpackage of wxPython. (For 
> drawing using the cairo library.) I noticed that Wing doesn't give me 
> any code assistance for it. When I create a cairo `Context`, which is 
> the main class in cairo, I don't see its methods at all.
>
> I assume that no one created the .pi files. So I just want to "+1" the 
> creation of .pi files for cairo and wxcairo.
>
There are instructions on how to generate pi files in the Wing 
documentation (and a script to do it). An online repository of libraries 
(by version) and pi files would be nice...

Michael

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