theller at python.net
Fri Apr 25 15:16:37 CEST 2003
Gerhard Haering <gh at ghaering.de> writes:
> Mark Nenadov wrote:
> > Alessio Pace wrote:
> >>Hi, I'd like to make a GUI for a program written in python, meant to run
> >>on mac, win and linux: which is the preferable solution? I saw around
> >>tkinter, wxpython and pyqt....
> > I'd strongly recommend wxPython. wxPython is quite a rich GUI
> > library and I have found it to be more advanced/modern/feature-rich
> > than tkinter.
> You'll get a Python interface with the error behaviour of the wrapped
> C++ library. The default is to crash. In my limited experience, anyway.
Not for me, but I can only speak for Windows.
If you go the wxPython route, you should consider pythoncard, which is a
layer on top of wxPython.
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