Tkinter and OpenGL
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Tue Feb 1 18:19:17 CET 2000
In article <3896A132.E3571243 at cui.unige.ch>, Sunil Hadap
<Sunil.Hadap at cui.unige.ch> wrote:
>Is it possible to use OpenGL with Tkinter and Pmw, any
Yes, using Tkinter with OpenGL is possible. Check out David
Aschner's PyOpenGL at:
With it, you can create an Tkinter OpenGL widget that you can
draw into. I have used Pmw with an application that used
PyOpenGL, but did not interface the two directly (didn't need
to). No reason you couldn't, though. The widget is very clean
>Other option is FLTK but at a first glance pyFLTK is not
>about python with wxWindows or Qt and it's support for OpenGL.
I believe there are bindings for GTK+, and wxWindows. I am not
sure about Qt. I couldn't get GTK+ or wxWindows to compile
properly with the OpenGL extensions, however. (I know, personal
problem ;-) ). I have had some success with the Fox toolkit and
FXPy. It has some useful widgets, an interesting message
passing mechanism, and looks better than Tk (IMHO).
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