IDE for developing cross-platform GUI Windows/Linux/Mac apps

François Granger fgranger at
Tue Jan 22 16:59:48 EST 2002

Alexander Skwar <ASkwar at> wrote:

> On Tue, 22 Jan 2002 18:35:30 +0100, Fran=?ISO-8859-1?B?5w==?=ois Granger
> wrote:
> > But no MacOS support from wxPython
> Let me see if I got this straight - if I want to have support for
> Windows, Linux/Unix and Macs without having to write the application/GUI
> three times, the way to go is still Tkinter, isn't it?

Yes it is. And, by the way, Tk on Mac is not even good :-(

>   Hmm, what about
> PyQT?  Qt 3 is available for all these platforms and the PyQT binding as
> well, isn't it?

Is it really ?
I would love to learn this !

I am on a Mac with OS 9, I am not a "real" developper. I am
multi-plateform and multi-language by choices. And I stuggle to find a
solution to develop small programs easily portables from Mac to any
Python supported plateforms.

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- cité par Noëlle Adam

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