best GUI toolkit for python: tkinter, wxPython or what?
tim.ronning at start.no
Fri Oct 31 15:54:31 CET 2003
På Fri, 31 Oct 2003 11:43:44 GMT, skrev Alex Martelli <aleax at aleax.it>:
> Tim Ronning wrote:
>> Note: In order to use eric3 under Win... operating systems you need a
>> commercial or educational license of Qt 3.x from Trolltech and the
>> corresponding license of PyQt (which includes QScintilla) from
>> link: http://www.die-offenbachs.de/detlev/eric3.html
>> So I guess windooze should be ok. OS X ?
> ...IF you have the required commercial or educational license, yes --
> the quoted text seems to be extremely clear in that regard.
> Educational licenses need to be requested by an accredited educational
> institution, I believe. The cheapest way to get commercial licenses
> used to be by purchasing Blackadder from theKompany and I doubt that's
> changed (even though BA is now formally out of its long beta so that
> the prices have gone up a bit, still I don't think you can get as cheap
> as $70 for a personal-use license from Trolltech + Riverbank).
..Ok for use ON. Which was the question. No point in repeating the quoted
text, it's clear enough.
$70 for the whole package is cheap even if your not a commercial developer.
No argueing there.
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