What is the Python mainstream for the GUI Lib ..??

Cameron Laird claird at starbase.neosoft.com
Sun Mar 12 11:29:14 CET 2000

In article <E_ty4.31922$Jz3.273940 at nnrp1.uunet.ca>,
Greg Wilson <gvwilson at nevex.com> wrote:
>> Beyond that, no one knows.  It's part of the Python character
>> that, as you noted, there are several bindings available, they're
>> all quite usable, practitioners mildly spar over their merits,
>> and their ultimate destinies remain obscure.
>Greg Wilson writes:
>...which is a real pain for those of us who are trying to persuade people
>that Python is a credible solution to their problems...

What's the nature of the pain, Greg?  Are you saying,
1.  Python is really cool, and as it should be,
    but it's hard to explain to outsiders, or
2.  Python's "multi-valency" is a flaw.  While
    the devoted might not mind, it's a funda-
    mental error that every newcomer notices


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