A Python GUI Book.

Michael 'Mickey' Lauer mickey at tm.informatik.uni-frankfurt.de
Tue Nov 27 13:24:32 CET 2001


Matt Gerrans <mgerrans at ix.netcom.com> wrote:
> I like the idea of incorporating design patterns (suggested elsewhere in the
> thread), where appropriate.
> 
> How about developing a Python GUI IDE (like Delphi, Kylix, C++ Builder, etc.)
> that lets you design the UI and choose any of the toolkits as the
> implementation?   This would perhaps be ambitious, but it would generate a
> useful tool and be a self-validating (and self-referential) example of what
> you are illustrating.

Hmm... a really nice idea, however I think this is really beyond the scope of a
medium sized book. Also, isn't AnyGui researching in this direction? At least
from a capsulating point of view?

:M:




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