GUIE (GUI Editor) provides a simple WYSIWYG GUI editor for wxPython. The program was made in C# and saves the GUI that was created to a XML format I called GUIML. This GUIML is a pretty standrad representation of the GUI created with the program. Next, GUIE takes these GUIML files and translates it to wxPython Python code. You may ask yourself why I took the extra step? Why didn't I go straight from C# controls to wxPython code? Why is GUIML neccessary? Well, it isn't. It is there simply for people (or maybe I) to take the GUIML and convert it to other languages. This, by effect can convert this tool from a Python GUI editor, to "any programming language with a GUI module" GUI editor.
Changes (as of v0.2) Added: multi-window support!! Fix: error saving file after opening it Added: Calendar control Added: extra information status bar Fix: problem in dialogs causing .guiml to not show up Fix: controls aligning to correct position only after shown All over bug fix! (about 20 bugs fixed!)