wisdom of updating woody python & gtk to unstable
I am developing an app using the default woody python/gtk install. Would
it be wise to update to the "unstable" python <2.2> and python-gnome
<1.99> and all of the associated libraries. Basically I would like the
added functionality in the newer python-gnome bindings but wouldn't want
to break my system.
I am using the gnome desktop environment <default woody>.
Luc Lefebvre o
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