IDE, widget library

Chris Lambacher lambacck at computer.org
Thu Sep 15 23:03:14 CEST 2005


PyGTK works beatifully on Win32.  If you want anything more than the generic
GTK widgets on win32 you are going to have to jump through some hoops or not
be successful.

I tend to hate the GTK file chooser so I am using win32all to get the Native
windows one.  There is no print dialog and win32all does not help with this.
If you want an embedded HTML renderer the only one that I know of is
GTKMozEmbed which is a bit of a big beast.


WxPython has better support for Win32, but does not have a very pythonic
interface.  Wax or Dabo may help you out with this.

-Chris


On Thu, Sep 15, 2005 at 09:39:46PM +0200, Thomas Jollans wrote:
> I guess questions like this come all the time here ... well:
> 
> I a looking for a python IDE for gnu/linux that :
> - has decent sytax highlighting (based on scintilla would be neat)
> - has basic name completition, at least for system-wide modules
> - has an integrated debugger
> - is open source, or at least free of charge
> 
> an integrated GUI designer would of course be cool, but cannot be 
> counted as a requirement.
> 
> With that I come to the second question:
> What cross-platform GUI libraries are there ? cross-platform meaning 
> functional and free on (at least) X11 and Win32
> PyQT obviously doesn't count because qt3 is not free on windows.
> Tk is ugly. (how well) is Tile supported with python ?
> does PyGTK/Glade work on win32 ?
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