wxPython Or Tkinter Advise PLEASEEEEEEEEE
gerhard.nospam at bigfoot.de
Tue Aug 14 20:04:39 CEST 2001
On Tue, 14 Aug 2001 10:37:39 -0700, Alexander V. Voinov wrote:
>In general wxPython provides a rather thin if at all layer over the
>original C++ functionality, with few exceptions (like Python applets in the
>html view widget) which may not be in the everyday use by everybody.
>Closely following the lines of the underlying toolkit is good for some
>users but is bad for the others. Anyway everybody has a choice.
What I hate about wxPython is that it's quite frustrating to just try things
out in the interactive Python interpreter. Every few lines I get Segmentation
Faults when I do this. Then, the Python interpreter is gone and I have start
all over. That's just not the Python way of development, where I get exceptions
when I do something stupid.
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