CODING and CROSS PLATFORM

Suchandra Thapa ssthapa at harper.uchicago.edu
Sat Nov 11 23:39:53 CET 2000


François Granger <francois.granger at free.fr> wrote:
>Alex Martelli <aleaxit at yahoo.com> wrote:
>
>> wxWindows (and wxPython) is my candidate for this role.  wxWindows is
>> a GUI-and-other-crossplatform-stuff framework, main/original author
>> Julian Smart, coded in C++; I've seen it work excellently on Linux
>> and Win32, and I'm told it's now just as good on Mac and BeOs (but I
>> have no first hand experience of either of those, sorry).
>
>Searching on the site confirm that there is no Mac version available.

    wxWindows appears to have a functioning port on the mcac although it
is an earlier version.  The latest version has a beta, although I'm not 
sure how much of it is functioning.  I don't thin wxPython has a mac version
yet although that may appear.

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