J.C.Travers at durham.ac.uk
Thu Feb 17 13:12:38 EST 2000
Hrvoje Niksic wrote:
> "J.C.Travers" <J.C.Travers at durham.ac.uk> writes:
> > > I notice that you forgot to mention `pygtk'. Couldn't we say that it is
> > > comparable to pyQT, more or less?
> > Yes pyGTK looks similar, however I have never used it, so wouldn't
> > qualify myself to comment on it. But it does lack the advantage of
> > having an object-orientated foundation.
> That's a strange statement, because Gtk is quite object-oriented, and
> so is PyGtk.
Not really, GTK is very badly object-orientated, and not at all
object-orientated in the elegant way C++/objective-C GUI libraries are.
PyGTK does however make a very good effort at fixing this.
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