Starting a python GUI from another python GUI.
t_beaty at mchsi.com
Wed Jan 8 12:40:16 CET 2003
I'm an extreme newbie myself, however ...
Since you are developing in Windows, I have a sneaking suspicion that
its not pythonw generating the console window, but rather your call to
os.system(). In Python's win32API wrappers, they have wrapped a
function by the name of ShellExecute(). You can find the MSDN
documentation for this function here:
The Python documentation is here:
Using ShellExecute() **should** keep the console window from opening,
but no guarantees. (I don't have Windows, so I can't test my theory,
sorry.) Hope I've helped.
Have a wonderful day!
Mason City, Iowa.
Jens Bloch Helmers wrote:
> I'm trying to launch a python GUI from another python program
> using the command:
> os.system('pythonw GUIapp.py')
> but an unnecessary console window pops up when the above statement is
> executed despite the use of pythonw.exe instead of python.exe.
> A funny thing is that no console window appear if the above statement
> is executed from a non-GUI python script.
> What is the best way to launch a stand-alone python GUI from another
> python GUI? (Without console windows...)
> (I'm using python2.2.2 / winXP / wxpython22.214.171.124)
> Python Newbie
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