[Ironpython-users] GUI Toolkits

Haymo Kutschbach h.kutschbach at ilnumerics.net
Thu Nov 20 00:47:01 CET 2014

Andy, for my understanding one of the biggest advantage of having IronPython
is to actually be able to use things like winforms? As for all systems it
will require some learning to begin with, of course. But in fact very little
is required in order to get so much more than any of the systems mentioned
in your link is able to provide. 

If you need a very newbee example: I recently had some fun experimenting
with IronPython to create interactive scientific 3d plots in less than 10

Having winforms and the whole .NET framework in the back, I can hardly
imagine to recommend Tcl/TK any time soon... ;)

Best, Haymo 

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Which GUI toolkits can be made to work with embedded IronPython?

For my users understanding CLR/WinForms/.NET types is too much of a learning
curve, so I need something much simpler that uses only python types, for

This page:


seems to be for IronPython but the content appears to be generic c-python
and doesn't apply. Tcl/Tk would be ideal I think.

Thanks, Andy

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