Using GTK and pygtk with Python 3.1

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I am hoping to commission some advice with python programming.

I want to write a program that creates bitmaps for a clinical study. Python and the add-on gtk+ and pygtk seemed to be a good way to do this.

I have installed Python 3.1 and downloaded GTK+ and pygtk into separate folders.

I followed the online helps to get the 2 to work together but to no avail. I have added the file paths to the environment variable \'Path\' thus:

;C:\\gtk\\bin;C:\\gtk\\lib;C:\\pygtk

Unfotunately initial optimism was misplaced since this made no difference at all. Whenever I type (in Python shell) \'import gtk\' - still returns \'no module found\'

All the online helps date from 2003/2004 so not sure how useful they are for the current versions of the programs.

To complicate things further I now notice that windows could be blocking some of the files since they have no certificates to authenticate them. This could also be pertinent but with XP, SP3 I can\'t reduce the security settings enough to liberate all the files in a one-er, so I\'m stuck having to open each file separately and unblock them one by one.

Could you offer some help in getting Python and GTK+/pygtk to work together?

Am now keen to pay to get this sorted ASAP

Thanks
Steve
(Glasgow)

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