GUI?

Janos Blazi jblazi at hotmail.com
Mon Sep 24 18:43:23 CEST 2001


I think at the moment all GUIs have their strengths and also substantial
weaknesses and the ideal QUI has not been written yet. The best way to find
out about them is to play with them a bit. We all have to find out for
ourselves.

I thought I should need days to get PyQt to work but I downloaded it and it
worked immediately. It is a wonderful way of working with Qt, in my opinion
much, much better than the original C interface. But Qt has its weaknesses
too.

So after playing with Qt and (after taking a look at your book) (and also
visiting www.gtk.org) I have decided to stay with Tkinter *for the moment*.

Janos Blazi




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