Magnitude of the wx* market (was: Python In A Nutshell - suggestions)
plakal-NO at SPAM-cs.wisc.edu
Thu Mar 15 23:16:10 CET 2001
FYI, Robin Dunn (wxPython czar) mentioned (on the wxpython-users mailing
list a few days back) that a wxPython book was in the works. But it's still
a while away.
I think the wxWindows web site does mention plans for a "wxBook".
On Wednesday 14 March 2001 19:11, Laura Lewin wrote:
> Sure, we'll take this suggestion into consideration (on expanding wxPython
> coverage) when we publish the next edition of Python Programming on Win32.
>>===== Original Message From tim at digitig.cix.co.uk =====
<A909AD29CBD32AFC.4F1641C135749F87.7149617C7C166896 at lp.airnews.net>,
>>claird at starbase.neosoft.com (Cameron Laird) wrote:
>>> In article <3AAA4FE3.B471B689 at northwestern.edu>,
>>> Louis Luangkesorn <lluang at northwestern.edu> wrote:
>>> >And while I'm at it, one useful book to have would be on
>>> wxWindows/wxPython. I see references to it in several places, and a
>>> few intros on the web, but
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