godoy at ieee.org
Thu Jan 15 14:17:45 CET 2004
On Tuesday 13 January 2004 21:55 Nuff Said wrote in
<pan.2004.01.13.23.55.15.95014 at phreaker.net>:
> wxpython is fine (actually: *very fine* :-) for Windows
> applications, but I would not use it for cross-platform
> development, because it is not stable enough on Linux.
> (Even some of the widgets in the wxpython demo crash on Linux;
> and if you use wxpython with Unicode support, the situation gets
> even worse. This might change in the near future, but right now,
> wxpython is not stable enough on Linux IMHO.)
Which ones? And in which version of wxPython + wxGTK + Python?
I develop on Linux and run software on Linux and Windows. I don't have
crashes on any of those systems.
Those applications are used a lot to get reports from production of
hundreds of employees in one company (input data, request reports and
graphics, etc.) --- this one runs Windows --- and to track trucks
with cutted trees in another company (also input of data, position of
trucks, driver's name, vehicle license, government authorizations,
etc.) --- this one runs Linux.
Each case is a case. Works for me.
Be seeing you,
Godoy. <godoy at ieee.org>
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