[pypy-dev] Current status of GUI support in PyPy

Ryan Gonzalez rymg19 at gmail.com
Fri Dec 18 11:25:40 EST 2015

I find HTML5 overkill if you're not using JS...

On December 18, 2015 7:52:40 AM CST, Phyo Arkar <phyo.arkarlwin at gmail.com> wrote:
>Best GUI for every language these days is HTML5.
>Use PyPy as backend process , and use HTML5 as UI.
>Check out Electron .http://electron.atom.io/ HTML5 Desktop UI that
>Atom editor.
>On Wed, Dec 16, 2015 at 7:09 PM, Oscar Benjamin
><oscar.j.benjamin at gmail.com>
>> After a casual bit of googling I'm not sure what is the current
>> of GUI support in PyPy. Does tkinter work with PyPy yet (It doesn't
>> the version I have installed here)? Is there any other GUI that you
>> recommend?
>> I'm looking to make a Python-based physics simulator that should be
>> able to show animations in some kind of GUI. I would like to have
>> kind of web-based format as one output of this (so that results can
>> shown on the web) but I'm not sure how good that would be for
>> interactive simulation. The physics calculations require that I need
>> to use either PyPy or Cython or something (not plain CPython) to get
>> reasonable performance.
>> One possibility is that I could run PyPy in a subprocess from a
>> CPython-based GUI which I guess is not dissimilar to getting it to
>> work in the browser except I get to write the front-end in Python.
>> --
>> Oscar
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