[Pythonmac-SIG] EasyDialog? Not quite what I need..
kevino at tulane.edu
Mon Sep 8 10:01:33 EDT 2003
Have you considered going the wxPython route? It's interesting in that
there is no free, cross-platform ZIP/UNZIP software, and I've always
thought that Python/wxPython would be the perfect combo for one. (At
our work we distribute free software to people in developing countries,
so having this would be very nice. ;-) Just a thought!
I'm sure someone else will also offer PyObjC as a solution to this
problem as well. ^_^
On Monday, September 8, 2003, at 08:26 AM, Schollnick, Benjamin wrote:
> I'm working on a zip file archive viewer...
> The idea is that the user would select the archive, I would read
> the table of contents via zipfile, and display a pop up or a list
> dialog with the files.
> The user chooses the files they want to view (multiple or single
> and then the program would unarchive them and display the file on
> Either via Applescript or a image viewer in python... (Maybe
> Well, I can do everything, except display the pop up or list
> EasyDialogs would be the solution for the Select Fialog dialog...
> If this was Mac 9, I would be using Tkinter probably to create the
> window for the file selection...
> Since that option is not available for Mac OS X, Does anyone have a
> for the file selection window? I see that popups are available from
> Easy dialogs.
> (The second demo test) But I have not been able to simplify it to
> show a single popup...
> Even then, may be a "Select File: XXXXX.ZIP" with the internal
> zip listing
> would be good... But I haven't messed with the GUI side of python
> except with Tkinter...
> Anyone willing to offer some suggestions, or take pity, and point
> out how
> I can do this? (Pointers are *VERY WELCOME*)
> - Ben
> Pythonmac-SIG maillist - Pythonmac-SIG at python.org
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