GUI Toolkits

Thomas G. Willis thomas.g.willis at pobox.com
Sat Mar 8 21:07:38 CET 2003


YES! thank you. this is what I was looking for. And it seems that most 
of the the other gui projects out there right now, pretty much leverage 
this library.

This must be the right choice.


Thanks Again,



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Létezõ wrote:
> Consider using wxPython: http://wxpython.org/
> 
> ----- Original Message ----- 
> From: "Thomas G. Willis" <thomas.g.willis at pobox.com>
> To: "comp.lang.python" <python-list at python.org>
> Sent: Saturday, March 08, 2003 6:15 PM
> Subject: GUI Toolkits
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>>Hello all,
>>I'm a newbie to python. And I'm really excited about exploring python 
>>and putting it to work.
>>
>>I wanted to know if there are any reccomended GUI toolkits for python. 
>>I've played around with Tkinter a little bit and I haven't noticed 
>>anything like treeviews and listviews, so it seems a little incomplete. 
>>What would the python experts consider to be the most complete GUI 
>>toolkit? I'm primarily developing on Windoze, cuz that's what I get paid 
>>to do. But cross platform capability would be a bonus, but lacking such 
>>would not be a show stopper necessarily.
>>
>>I'd really like to use Mozilla with all the cool XUL stuff, but I've 
>>only seen theory about the ability for XUL to call python scripts 
>>instead of Javascript.
>>
>>So what are my options?
>>
>>-- 
>>Tom Willis
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