Reports, PDF, and grid widget for Python?
jdhunter at nitace.bsd.uchicago.edu
Mon Oct 21 17:29:35 CEST 2002
>>>>> "Adams-Blake" == Adams-Blake Co <aremovethiscanton at adamsremovethis-blake.com> writes:
Adams-Blake> Finally, I want this to run on the Mac,
Adams-Blake> Linux, and Windows.... with an install as easy as
Adams-Blake> possible and able to be performed by a
Adams-Blake> non-techie. Thus, I don't want to get "involved" with
Adams-Blake> a 3rd party widget library (wxW.., Qt, etc.) that
Adams-Blake> might make the install a nightmare for the user.
Umm.. The *whole* point of the wx library is that it is cross
platform. You write to their interface, which is then linked with the
appropriate platform specific widget library -- Linux GTK+ / MS
Windows / Mac OSX are all supported.
Check out the demo in wxPython that comes with wxPythonSrc-22.214.171.124.
There is a wxWizard for designing cross platform install wizards.
Adams-Blake> Is there a native Python library to do grids? How do
Adams-Blake> you folks "layout" complex reports and send them to
See the wxGrid demo under 'Core Windows/Controls' for grid demo.
You may be interested in http://www.reportlab.com for pdf generation.
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