Smalltalk and Python
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Mon Dec 18 01:07:34 EST 2000
In article <91dmda$89ei$1 at nntp6.u.washington.edu>, "Russell E. Owen"
<owen at astroNOJNK.washington.edu.invalid> wrote:
> In article <91d7270niu at news1.newsguy.com>, "Alex Martelli"
> <aleaxit at yahoo.com> wrote:
> >Which one of Python's many available GUIs do you find disgusting?
> Tkinter. Lack of built-in cut/copy/paste is a problem (trying to
> implement it well is a real bear), similarly drag-and-drop and read-only
> text displays that allow updating and copying. Appearance is OK. Widget
> set is reasonable. Menus don't seem to work reliably on the Mac, and in
> MacPython 2.0 file events are broken.
> I need something that works, or will work, on Mac and unix for sure,
> Windows would also be good. The only Python GUI library that does that
> now is Tkinter, but wxPython is likely to do so the future. Are there
> any others?
> I am trying to get wxPython installed on a Solaris box and will try it
> out if I'm ever successful.
> (The Mac issue is also why IBM's smalltalk is out, unless they're
> planning a port to MacOS X. And whoever said Cincom's GUI is slow on a
> Mac, I agree, and unattractive, too. I didn't realize it was fast on
> other platforms. That's very good to know.)
> -- Russell
I wonder if it would be feasible to wrap YAAF in Python?
YAAF is a c++ cross-platform gui/application-framework class library.
<http://www.pandawave.com/yaaf1.html> Works on Mac, Windows, Linux.
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