Bare-bones example of PyGTK2 + Twisted (Because simple is what you need to start...)
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This is a minimalist version of integrating Twisted and PyGTK2, all it does is create a single PyGTK window, create a Twisted reactor that supports PyGTK and then run the application, closing when you close the PyGTK window. It doesn't actually do anything with the window or the network, it just shows how to initiate the two event-loops so that you can start creating widgets and/or services/clients.
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