from clipper move to python

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Tue Sep 16 05:31:10 CEST 2003


Thank you again,

and sorry for my "flamewar" word, I just hate because the system get
crashes all the time, and I must rebooted which take long time.

Regards,

:)

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Date    : Tuesday, September 16, 2003 
>From    : Graham Fawcett <fawcett at teksavvy.com>
To      : ads <ads at chead.org>
Subject : from clipper move to python
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ads wrote:

>Thank you for the respon,
>
>But right now I'm still not ready using linux, a lot of my client were
>using windows. Is someone know what should I use to create text
>console application like clipper using python in (stupid) windows?
>
>Thanks
>:)
>  
>

Stupid Windows? Now, now, let's not start a flamewar. ;-)

I've never used it, but I do see that there is a "Curses for Windows for 
Python" project at

http://flangy.com/dev/python/curses/

though it's an "alpha" stage project.

There's also "public domain curses" or pdcurses, available for Win32,

http://gnuwin32.sourceforge.net/packages/pdcurses.htm

Presumably it would work with the Python curses module. But again, I've 
not used it.

In my opinion, you would probably have more success writing a GUI 
application using one of the "easy" app builders like PythonCard. It may 
be a new experience for you, but there will be more people who would be 
able to support you and answer your questions.

-- Graham




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