Python GUIs: Summary and Conclusion

John Michelsen John.Michelsen at p98.f112.n480.z2.fidonet.org
Tue Jun 29 23:23:40 CEST 1999


From: "John Michelsen" <john.michelsen at gte.net>

Philippe, they look very nice. How did you use them with Python
and Tkinter? Any Python code that you would like to share
demonstrating BWidgets?  I would be especially interested
to see use of the tree widget.

Thanks,

John


Philippe Chassany wrote in message <377805C8.C6BBD4C1 at unifix-online.com>...
>> ....
>> More widgets should be added to Tk(Inter).
>> ....
>
>Our company has made a 100% Tcl/Tk Toolkit named "BWidget".
>BWidgets are "well known" in the Tcl community because
>they are free, flexible, powerful and completly interpreted (no C).
>More than 25 widgets are available.
>
>We have tested BWidget with Tkinter the result is quite fine :
>Quick and good looking. It's a good alternative to GTk or Qt
>compiled programming to have professional application GUIs.
>
>Try it to make your own idea (free download, screenshots,
>full HTML manuals)
>
>http://www.unifix-online.com/BWidget
>
>--
>Philippe Chassany
>UNIFIX - http://www.unifix-online.com
>--
>
>





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