Python / Cool looking applications?

TMGB bennettt at am.appstate.edu
Mon Aug 23 17:10:33 CEST 1999


In addition to Mr. Clarke's suggestion, seeing that cool-looking is in
the eye of the beholder I'll just suggest an implementation you may want
to look at.  If you are using Linux 5.2 (I'm not sure about other
versions) you may want to look at the netconfig setup program.  If you
run it and then run ps from a term window you should see "python 
path2file"  where path2file is the path and file being loaded in python
to run the netconfig program.  If it is a .py file you should be able to
bring it up in an editor to view it.

Thomas

Gerald Gutierrez wrote:
> 
> Hi all.
> 
> I've been looking into using Python as UI glue and at Python's imaging
> extensions. Are there any examples of very cool looking interfaces or
> otherwise well-designed interfaces that are built in Python?
> 
> Also, does anyone know of any applications that use Python's imaging
> extensions?
> 
> Thanks very much.
> 
> Please forward replies to gutier at intergate.bc.ca.

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