What GUI toolkit looks the best?

Jarek Zgoda jzgoda at gazeta.usun.pl
Sat Dec 13 09:37:24 CET 2003


Jarek Zgoda <jzgoda at gazeta.usun.pl> pisze:

>> Do you know what it is that's broken?  There are several 
>> people on both the Tk and Python sides who are eager to learn
>> of faults, so that they can fix them as soon as possible; I'll
>> be glad to help you direct your report so that it's resolved
>> without delay.  I raised your comments with the head of Tcl
>> support at ActiveState; he replied, in part, "Tk was the first
>> of the open source cross-platform UI toolkits to have full
>> unicode support, end-to-end.  There are no flaws in Tcl/Tk in
>> this regards, and AFAIK this works just fine in Tkinter as well"
>> [reproduced with permission].
> 
> No, I don't mean "broken unicode support", the problem lies in Python
> interfacing with Tk, when Python's unicode means something different,
> than Tk unicode.
> 
> I'll try to produce some examples of erroneous behavior on both X11 and
> Windows NT and file bug report on SF.

Whops! Seems like I missed totally a whole bunch of nice updates in
Python 2.3, like support for Tk 8.4 and Tcl/Tk 8.4.3 shipping with
Windows version. Scripts that produced some weird results on Python 2.2
now run smoothly...

I am sorry for burden.

-- 
Jarek Zgoda
Unregistered Linux User #-1
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