Python console under Debian bookworm missing funtions

Dear all,
I am missing some of the most important functions of the Python plugin of Gnumeric. After starting the Python console (Gnumeric menu option Tools → Python console) under Debian I get:
I miss relevant functions as ‘CellPos’, ‘MStyle’, ‘Range’, ‘plugin_info’, ‘workbook_new’, ‘workbooks’.
Testing of the test function py_capwords() works correctly.
Am I eventually overlooking something, some adjusting or installing of a necessary package? Or might this be a bug? Unfortunately I haven’t found any reference to this possible issue in the forums. I have tried to find out what I am making wrong, however successless.
My Debian system:

   Linux <mycomputer> 6.1.0-1-amd64 #1 SMP PREEMPT_DYNAMIC Debian 6.1.4-1 (2023-01-07) x86_64 GNU/Linux

My Gnumeric installation (trhough Synaptic or apt-get):

   girl1.2-gnumeric 1.12.53-1.1+b1
   gnumeric 1.12.53-1.1+b1
   gnumeric-common 1.12.53-1.1
   gnumeric-doc 1.12.53
   gnumeric-plugins-extra 1.12.53-1.1+b1

Thanks in advance for any hint!

After some very frustrating days I finally found an answer to my question of some days ago.

The module Gnumeric is obsolete, it was replaced by the module gi. See the following links for details.

The official documentation of Gnumeric is unfortunately not up-to-date.

Thanks in any case for your interest.

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