cross platform guis

Kevin Cazabon kcazabon at home.com
Wed Mar 22 08:21:33 CET 2000


Tkinter is probably your 'easiest' bet, and most useable.  If you're having
problems building up your dialogs, try using the PMW megawidets... they make
life pretty easy.

See: http://www.dscpl.com.au/pmw/ for details.

Kevin.



"Matthew Barre" <mbarre at mac.com> wrote in message
news:B4FDC934.1DD7%mbarre at mac.com...
> My first project is now to the point that it is ready to have a gui. I am
> developing on a Macintosh. I'd like my gui to be fairly platform
independent
> ie I'd like it to run on Linux/Unix, MacOS, and Windows 9x. I've briefly
> tackled Tkinter but I'll be honest we don't seem to get along. From what
> I've heard/learned wxPython doesn't have a mac port so that is an
obstacle.
> Is it just impossible to gui it to all three? I love my Mac and I love
> Python, but it seems the two together seem kind of isolated. Suggestions
> highly appreciated.
>
> -Matt
> ---------
> "You will find that many of the truths we hold to depend greatly on a
> certain point of view." -Obi Wan Kenobi
>





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