[Baypiggies] current topic schedule for February, March, and April/ wx abstractions

Tony Cappellini tony at tcapp.com
Fri Jan 23 20:05:27 CET 2009

> > As for QT, I haven't tried pyQT, but I can say that coding in QT with
> > C++ made C++ suck less that it's ever sucked before! I wrote an
> > entire KDE application without using the words new, delete, malloc, or
> > free. I managed to get QT to handle all the memory management
> > automatically.

>  Ok then, what are some good higher-level interfaces on top of wx?

Pythoncard is the most widely used wrapper framework for wx, but I
believe there are others.

It only supports a limited subset of Wx's widgets. Pythoncard hasn't
been maintained for a long time, but was still usable with recent
distributions of wx.
I've stopped using Pythoncard about a year ago and use Wx directly- so
I don't know of it's current state.

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