One drawback of python... [I object!]

Mike Meyer mwm at mired.org
Wed Feb 12 23:02:12 CET 2003


"Geraldo Lopes de souza" <precisa at uai.com.br> writes:

> We don't need a 100% pure python GUI. When Borland ported delphi to linux
> they have used a "wrapper of something written in something else (C++)" QT,
> instead of writing a delphi pure one from the scracth.

Just for the record, there is a Python wrapper for Qt (PyQt, of
course). I haven't examined a lot of GUI toolkits, but I found Qt much
nicer than Tkinter. There are RAD tools written for PyQt, and you can
use the RAD tool that comes with Qt to write Python code.

        <mike
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