PyGTK or wXPython?

Wolfgang Keller wolfgang.keller.nospam at gmx.de
Tue Sep 13 11:45:16 CEST 2005


> (I do not use/program/own any McOS system, so I cannot
> tell you anything about the Apple Platform).

WxPython _can_ give you a native Mac "look and feel", if you are 
willing to take into account certain issues (such as e.g. menu bars not 
tied to windows, no MDI, no multi-pane etc.). It is afaik _not_ 
automatic.

PyGTK uses X. There are window managers available which try to emulate 
an Aqua "look", but there's afaik no way to detach the menu bar from 
the window etc...

If you are willing to GPL your own applications, PyQt is another 
option.

Sincerely,

Wolfgang Keller





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