Smalltalk and Python

Aaron Jon Reichow reichowa at
Mon Dec 18 18:47:41 CET 2000

On Mon, 18 Dec 2000, Alex Martelli wrote:

> Haven't examined it in complete detail, but from a cursory first
> look I can see no technical reason that would make this wrapping
> unfeasible.  So many other GUI frameworks have been wrapped for
> Python, after all.  It _would_ be a substantial amount of work,
> of course, and probably need a team of volunteers driven by a
> strong desire to make YAAF available to Pythonistas cross-platform,
> with Mac-, Linux-, _and_ Windows-equipped and -knowledgeable
> volunteers as part of the team.  (I suspect that making wxPython
> work perfectly on Mac would be a lesser undertaking, if nothing
> else because it only requires the Mac-part, as Linux and Windows
> are pretty well covered already).

SWIG <> would probably be helpful here. 


Aaron Reichow                   :: "In essence, Smalltalk is a programming
Twin Ports ACM Vice President   ::  language focused on human beings rather ::  than the computer." - Alan Knight

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