[Python-checkins] cpython (merge 3.4 -> default): Remove references to the obsolete Mac Carbon modules in the GUI

ned.deily python-checkins at python.org
Sat Apr 12 18:33:44 CEST 2014


http://hg.python.org/cpython/rev/84bc6998f760
changeset:   90226:84bc6998f760
parent:      90223:a8f3ca72f703
parent:      90225:b9a1e39c3240
user:        Ned Deily <nad at acm.org>
date:        Sat Apr 12 09:33:05 2014 -0700
summary:
  Remove references to the obsolete Mac Carbon modules in the GUI
section of the FAQ.

files:
  Doc/faq/gui.rst |  12 ++++--------
  1 files changed, 4 insertions(+), 8 deletions(-)


diff --git a/Doc/faq/gui.rst b/Doc/faq/gui.rst
--- a/Doc/faq/gui.rst
+++ b/Doc/faq/gui.rst
@@ -32,14 +32,14 @@
 `binary distributions <http://www.python.org/download/>`_ of Python) and use.
 For more info about Tk, including pointers to the source, see the
 `Tcl/Tk home page <http://www.tcl.tk>`_.  Tcl/Tk is fully portable to the
-MacOS, Windows, and Unix platforms.
+Mac OS X, Windows, and Unix platforms.
 
 wxWidgets
 ---------
 
 wxWidgets (http://www.wxwidgets.org) is a free, portable GUI class
 library written in C++ that provides a native look and feel on a
-number of platforms, with Windows, MacOS X, GTK, X11, all listed as
+number of platforms, with Windows, Mac OS X, GTK, X11, all listed as
 current stable targets.  Language bindings are available for a number
 of languages including Python, Perl, Ruby, etc.
 
@@ -102,13 +102,9 @@
 What platform-specific GUI toolkits exist for Python?
 ========================================================
 
-`The Mac port <http://python.org/download/mac>`_ by Jack Jansen has a rich and
-ever-growing set of modules that support the native Mac toolbox calls.  The port
-supports MacOS X's Carbon libraries.
-
 By installing the `PyObjc Objective-C bridge
-<http://pyobjc.sourceforge.net>`_, Python programs can use MacOS X's
-Cocoa libraries. See the documentation that comes with the Mac port.
+<http://pyobjc.sourceforge.net>`_, Python programs can use Mac OS X's
+Cocoa libraries.
 
 :ref:`Pythonwin <windows-faq>` by Mark Hammond includes an interface to the
 Microsoft Foundation Classes and a Python programming environment

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