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:
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>> 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...
>
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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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