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

Alexander Skwar ASkwar at DigitalProjects.com
Tue Jan 22 21:12:20 CET 2002


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?   Hmm, what about
PyQT?  Qt 3 is available for all these platforms and the PyQT binding as
well, isn't it?  If so, the QtDesigner and BlackAdder would be good, no?
However, is BlackAdder good?

BTW:  I should've mentioned - it doesn't have to be free.  If it's
payware, then so be it.

Alexander Skwar
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