a simple graphic library
grante at visi.com
Wed Aug 28 20:58:01 CEST 2002
In article <3D6AE97E.2040002 at wanadoo.fr>, polux wrote:
> Do you know if there is a simple graphic module for python (like SRGP
> for C in exemple) which would trace very simple meshes like points,
> rectangles, circles, etc on win32 ?
You're joking, right?
> I know that there are some options like this in TKinter, but it's
> complicated for such siples things
Under Linux there's svgalib and/or the framebuffer device that
provides fairly simple, low-level access to a "raw" graphics
plane (IOW, there's no windowing system between you and the
Dunno much about Win32 except that nothing ever turns out to be
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