Which GUI Lib?

David LeBlanc whisper at oz.nospamnet
Thu May 17 02:13:05 CEST 2001


In article <ucNL6.52236$ff.399164 at news-server.bigpond.net.au>, 
jdawson1.nospam at bigpond.net.au says...
> Hi folks,
>             Prob a question that has started a million arguments (as is OS
> wars).  I'm a Python newbie but an experienced developer.  From what I see
> of Python I like that clarity of vision that a single designer language that
> Python embodies (thank Guido).  Ok so I know a lot of you all contribute
> also (thanks also)
> 
> The question is what GUI library to use?
> 
> My development is MS Win and Linux and I want a reasonably full featured set
> that is generally source code compatible across platforms.
> 
> I'd love to hear comments or pro/cons for the following
> 
> Tk
> Qt
> 
> any decent IDE's.  Komodo has some nice features but the performance is
> pretty ordinary :-/  Boa-Constructor?
> 
> What about gui designers, you know VB/Delphi ish, even if it just produces
> some template code?
> 
> Thanks for any info
> 
> 
> 
> 
In contrast to Tk or Qt, also look at wxwindows: www.wxwindows.org

Dave LeBlanc



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