(OT) Boa Constructor and Python 2.3.4
gabriel.cooper at mediapulse.com
Wed Jun 16 15:22:33 CEST 2004
>"Lothar Scholz" <dummy at scriptolutions.com> schreef in bericht
>news:hajtc01o1it4ss4npcu5ba6045j7thuvkh at 4ax.com...
>>On Tue, 15 Jun 2004 10:15:39 GMT, "flupke"
>><flupke at nonexistingdomain.com> wrote:
>>>My wxPython is version 220.127.116.11u.
>>AFAIK the CVS version only works with wyPython 2.4.
>Hhhmm. Bummer. I wanted to use it to quickly get a wxPython app
>going as i'm pretty new to Python & wxWindows.
>Well, i guess i can also "type" :)
>Are there any other screen designers (i've tried wxGlade but it
>seems a bit limited)
Just revert your wxPython install down to version 2.4.2. That's what I
did, anyway. In the end I found that I was too inept to be able to make
Boa-Constructor work and ended up writing it by hand. A big problem I've
found with wxPython in general is that the tracebacks it provides never
link back to your code. The traceback stays exclusively in the
site-packages/wxPython/ directory, which means that if you're relying on
Boa Constructor to make your GUI code you'll never figure out what the
hell is wrong. Better to either write it yourself or make a dummy
project where you test things out on BC then move selected changes over
to your app. It's kinda ghetto but it worked for me.
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
More information about the Python-list