Building basic dialog in Windows?
theller at python.net
Tue Aug 24 20:24:00 CEST 2004
Fred <nobody at nowhere.com> writes:
> I'd like to turn a command-line script into a Windows GUI app
> using the native widgets so as to reduce the size of the binary (ie.
> no QT, wxWidgets, et al.)
> I came up with the following list of tools to access the Win32 API:
> - PythonWin (MFC) http://www.python.org/windows/pythonwin/
> - ctypes http://starship.python.net/crew/theller/ctypes/
> - EasyDialogs for Windows
> - DynWin http://www.nightmare.com/~rushing/dynwin/
> - sdk32 - Partial Python wrap of the Win32 Platform SDK
You've missed venster http://venster.sf.net/
> Does someone have a sample on how to display an OK/Cancel dialog with
> a label + progress bar? Should I look at other tools?
I think pywin32 has what you need, the makepy utility displays such a
progress dialog when creating python wrappers for large typelibraries.
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