Python GUI

Markus Banfi mbanfi at gmx.net
Wed Feb 27 09:06:06 CET 2002


Hi,

I'm pretty new to Python, too. Starting learning wxPython/BoaConstructur 
now.

Take a look at:

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BoaConstructor (http://boa-constructor.sourceforge.net/).
It depends on wxWindows (wxGTK/wxMotif) (http://www.wxwindows.org/) and 
wxPython (http://wxpython.org/).

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Glade (http://glade.gnome.org/) with
Glade Python Code Generator (http://glc.sourceforge.net/) and
PyGTK (http://www.daa.com.au/~james/pygtk/) and
gladepyc (http://www.fcoutant.freesurf.fr/gladepyc.html)

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Article "Charming Python: A review of Python IDEs" at IBM's DeveloperWorks 
site (http://www-106.ibm.com/developerworks/linux/library/l-
pide/index.html?dwzone=linux)


Best regards,

Markus



In article <uZ_e8.24022$dj3.835926 at typhoon.austin.rr.com>, 
Moo at houston.rr.com says...
> New to python (still.. I made a post last week with my ridiculous error
> about using () for indexing in a dictinoary instead of [], ah well, its the
> easy mistakes that get us. anyway) I was curious if there were some type of
> gui builder or somesuch for python, alla Borland Builder ? This is a
> delightful language,everything seems so easy for it. as a friend pointed out
> "yeah ,but you can do that in c++ as well.." and i replied "yeah, but its
> not this easy! =)"
> thanks guys
> 
> ~Avi
> 
> 
> 



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