GUI in Windows
nobody at nospam.net
Thu Jun 5 21:04:18 CEST 2003
Take a look at wxPython: http://www.wxpython.org. It's a windowing
toolkit for both Win32 and GTK on the *nix platforms. Lots of widgets,
very popular with Python GUI developers. --mrkurt
> On Wed, 28 May 2003 13:15:02 -0700, morden <morden at shadows.net> wrote:
>>Suppose I need to do some GUI on Windows. My understanding is that
>>pythonTk is flaky on Windows. My top requirement is
>>that the toolkit is robust. The second requirement
>>is that the widget set is large.
>>I don't need anything fancy though,
>>buttons, comboboxes, widgets for entering text/integers/date/time/etc,
>>tables, groups, top and pull down menus.
>>If it's portable it's a plus.
>>Again, I want something with extensive track record and _very stable_
>>like pythonTk wrapper on UN*X platforms.
> I just want to say it's hilarious how many questions this question brings.
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