Python Documentation Blows!
franck.lepoutre at caramail.com
Wed Mar 31 09:50:29 CEST 2004
> ... wxPython still is horribly documented. Documentation of
> the C version of something is really not very friendly especially to new
> Python programmers. I for one would be glad to buy a book about wxPython
> if someone a lot more experienced than myself cared to write such a
> book. I do know C but I still find working from the wxWindows docs
> frustrating with a lot of trial and error required.
As was mentioned in a recent thread python is definitively
the tool for applications with complex code and no or little UI.
For UI-intense apps, win32 C# and delphi are still hard to beat
Possibly a smart (and not necessarily big) wxpython book
could prove a decisive argument for wxpython and python
as well specifically for the "MS visual *" and delphi user
Is it time for the python community to commit a bit
more to the wxwidgets/wxpython environment?
I feel so
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