Create More Advance GUI Applications Using PyGobject Tool in Linux – Part 2

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6 Responses

  1. luis says:

    none type has no attribute append

  2. txe says:

    Great Tutorial, really.
    but I cannot get the expected result. The output I got rather is:
    usr/bin/python: bad interpreter: No such file or directory
    I guess the first line should read as following
    #!/usr/bin/python (you have put ‘/usr/bin/python
    I’d appreciate any clue on this.

  3. txe says:

    Great Tutorial, really.
    but I cannot get the expected result. The output I got rather is:
    usr/bin/python: bad interpreter: No such file or directory
    I guess the first line should read as following
    #!/usr/bin/python (you have put ‘/usr/bin/python)
    I’d appreciate any clue on this. ~~
    but Ieven after changing it I keep getting the wron

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