Python GUIs: Abandoning TkInter and welcoming wxPython?
claird at Starbase.NeoSoft.COM
Tue Jun 29 17:47:12 CEST 1999
In article <slrn7nglvv.g9.behrends at allegro.cse.msu.edu>,
Reimer Behrends <behrends at cse.msu.edu> wrote:
>Andrew Cooke (andrew at andrewcooke.free-online.co.uk) wrote:
>> For others, I suspect the lack of good docs for Tk is a more serious
>> problem. There is a pretty steep learning curve involved if you're
>> meeting Tk for the first time (and if you do know it, finding the
>> right way to express it in Python can still mean reading the Tkinter
>I always thought that Fredrik Lundh's introduction to Tkinter was
>excellent (and easily accessible from the Tkinter page on
>www.python.org, too). What problems do you see with it?
I agree that Fredrik's writing is valuable. Moreover,
two books on Tkinter are scheduled to appear this summer.
Cameron Laird http://starbase.neosoft.com/~claird/home.html
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