Tkinter vs wxPython

Cameron Laird claird at lairds.us
Tue Dec 28 17:08:39 CET 2004


In article <mailman.8507.1104236432.5135.python-list at python.org>,
Alejandro Weinstein <aweinstein at vtr.net> wrote:
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>the standard GUI for Python. I read some tutorials, but didn't go to 
>far, and didn't like the Tkinter looks too much. Then I tried 
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>IMO, wxPython has a softert learning curve (specially if you use 
>wxGlade), is portable between unix/windows/mac, with the advantage 
>over Tkinter that it has a native look. Regarding documentation, 
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While people seem to mean a range of different things when they
write, "Tkinter doesn't look 'native'", most of them are being
addressed in revisions currently underway.  In fact, new look-
and-feel are available in early releases for those interested in
experimentation.



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