wxPython or wxWidgets

Matthias Kaeppler void at void.com
Mon Jan 23 11:48:18 EST 2006

Marc 'BlackJack' Rintsch wrote:
> wxPython are the Python bindings to wxWidgets which is a C++ library.

Don't want to hijack the thread, but since it's answered already:
Has wxWidgets finally arrived at migrating to GTK2? ^^
If so, I might consider using wxPython instead of pygtk for that small 
application I am currently writing. This would help portability a lot 
(since IIRC, wxWidgets has been designed to work on Windows, too).

The last time I checked, wxWidgets was GTK1, although GTK2 has had been 
long around already. Because of this, and the nasty feeling that I was 
programming MFC when working with the wxWidgets somewhat drove me away 
from it with a big "Yuck!", but if it's based on GTK2 now I might risk 
another glimpse.


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