hank at prosysplus.com
Tue Jun 29 05:34:14 CEST 1999
actually, I want a command window just like pythonwin 1.52 or whatever,
which I already have installed; but also want to be able to visually design
forms, including drag-n-drop, visually size, etc., activex controls, also as
I currently do. FWIW: I think the VB IDE is a straightjacket.
Mark Hammond <MHammond at skippinet.com.au> wrote in message
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> Hank Fay wrote in message
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> >I'd like to make Wintel apps using ActiveX controls under Python: is
> >an IDE for Python that will support this?
> Pythonwin supports hosting ActiveX controls, but if you are expecting an
> ActiveX IDE similar to VB, you will be dissapointed.
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