robin at alldunn.NOSPAM.com
Wed Mar 31 19:05:31 CEST 2004
>> While I was working with wxPython I was beginning to think I was a
>> little dense and missing something very important. Then I started
>> reading the thread about python documentation and in particular the
>> part about wxPython documentation. That made me feel so much better.
>> Anyway to get to my point I am looking for a good source of tutorials
>> that go beyond those found on the wxPython site, website, book, or
>> otherwise. The thing that really drives me crazy is that the tutorials
>> don't do a very good job of explaining the components of a wxPython
>> application. Currently I am trying to create a simple two pane window
>> with each pane utilizing 50% of the window. I did manage to find the
>> wxSashWindow information, but it really seems to be lacking.
> Don't feel bad. The documentation really does need work. It helps to
> join the wxPython mailing list and ask questions there. Other than that
> the best reference they have is the program full of demos that comes
> with wxPython.
There is also lots of stuff on the wiki. http://wiki.wxpython.org/
http://wxPython.org Java give you jitters? Relax with wxPython!
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