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Tue Aug 31 18:32:04 CEST 2004
> Do we have any OpenSource GUI designer for Python ?
It depends on whether you are running Windows or Linux/Mac, and what GUI
toolkit you want to use (wxpython, qt, gtk, tkinter, windows.forms, etc.).
If you are on Linux, a good GUI builder you might try is QT Designer.
There is a Windows version, too, but you only use it for non-commercial
development. See http://developers.coedit.net/QtKde
On Windows, wxpython is the better GUI toolkit, but I don't use any of
the GUI builders for it.
If you want to check out bleeding edge stuff, see the IronPython
(http://ironpython.com/) or boo (http://boo.codehaus.org/) languages for
.NET and Mono. You can use the Windows.Forms or GTK# GUI toolkits.
They still aren't well integrated with GUI builders (like Glade or
Visual Studio) though.
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