Tk vs wxPython ?
rmunn at pobox.com
Fri Jun 6 18:50:38 CEST 2003
Gerrit Holl <gerrit at nl.linux.org> wrote:
>=?ISO-8859-1?Q? Aur=E9lien?= =?ISO-8859-1?Q?G=E9ron ?= schreef op woensdag 4 juni om 19:12:28 +0000:
>> I'm new here, so maybe this is a debate that has been going on already. If
>> that's the case, please ignore this post...
>> ** Why isn't Python shipped with wxPython instead of Tk ? **
> This has been very extensively discussed in the past. Without any
> satisfactory (to me at least) conclusion though, because Python
> is still shipped with Tk ;). This one, I think the first long one
> and the most comprehensive, contains a lot of information:
> I am certainly not going to ignore your post, however.
>> Any comments on this ? Anyone else want to vote ?
> Maybe we - being the people wanting to move to WxPython - should write a PEP...
Although I would very much like to see wxPython become an accepted part
of the standard library, I shudder to think of the flamewar that would
result from discussion of such a PEP. If you thought the ternary
operator discussion was bad, "you ain't seen nothin' yet, pardner"! :-)
Well, given that this is c.l.py, it would probably be a friendly
flamewar for the most part, but a flamewar it would be.
That doesn't mean a PEP shouldn't be written; it does mean that I, for
one, am *not* volunteering to write it. :-)
Robin Munn <rmunn at pobox.com>
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