Exposing object model in Python?

Robert Kern kern at taliesen.caltech.edu
Fri Jun 27 19:33:49 CEST 2003


In article <bdgvk5$sid7t$1 at id-174077.news.dfncis.de>,
	"MK" <MK at foo.com> writes:
> "MK" <MK at foo.com> wrote
> 
> [...]
> 
> Thanks for your input. Apologies for not being clear enough.
> 
> I'm writing a classical desktop application, using wxPython
> and some other libraries. I'm interested to expose its
> object model a la Microsoft's VBA. That is, I want to allow
> my users to tinker with the app, i.e. write their own macros
> in Python in a miniature IDE, within the app. I'd also like to ship
> the program as a standalone app, using py2exe.

Boudewijn Rempt's book _GUI Programming with Python: QT Edition_ has a chapter
(Chapter 20 to be exact) on this. The concepts should transfer over to wxPython
easily.

http://www.opendocs.org/pyqt/

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