Python GUI

Christopher Browne cbbrowne at
Fri Aug 13 05:25:44 CEST 1999

On 12 Aug 1999 19:43:45 +0200, Christian Egli <christian.egli at> wrote:
>>>>>> "Phil" == Phil Hunt <philh at> writes:
>>>>>> "Paul" == Paul Prescod <paul at> writes:
>Paul> Glade is a GUI application that allows you to build a window
>Paul> visually.
>Phil> Okay, but I saw a reference somewhere to Glade having a
>Phil> declarative file format that could be converted into code to
>Phil> build the GUI. I was mostly talking about the declarative file
>Phil> format.
>Maybe you meant the storage format of Glade which is XML which in
>turn can be used with Libglade to build the GUI dynamically.

Sounds Really A Lot like CORBA DII...

>Paul> Glade does that too, as long as your "favorite language" is
>Paul> C. :)
>Not only. See below
>AFAIK Libglade does exactly that.

Question: How do you tie events to widgets?

Is it, maybe, perchance, via pointers to C functions???

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