what would you like to see in a 2nd edition Nutshell?
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Fri Dec 31 16:48:33 CET 2004
> I disagree with your Tkinter vs. wxPython
> decision. I tried a number of programs written with Tkinter and really
> didn't like the interface. The program I helped develop is Windows
> based and I knew that a program with the Tkinter interface would never
> work as a cross platform environment. Out existing customers just
> wouldn't accept it. I can't see anyone using Tkinter for new mass
> market development. If you've already got an application written with
> it you might want to continue using it but for new projects, wxPython
> seems to have some BIG advantages.
Robin Dunn is writing a wxPython book:
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