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According to the tag, and the Wikipedia article, PyGTK is for GTK2 and is being phased out. I'm wondering what tag will replace this, for questions that are based on the newer gi.repository imports and newer Python GTK code?

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The tag seems to be appropriate. Its wiki says:

PyGObject is a Python module that provides bindings (through introspection) for GObject and associated libraries, most notably GTK+.

Or you could combine and , as many questions do.

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