WORKAROUND & the Python GUI-lib situation ...

Diez B. Roggisch deets at
Wed Mar 15 16:16:26 CET 2006

> wx is also in
> a far better position for most non-trivial UIs, becuase it has
> infrastructure that win32 (pretty much alone among modern UI toolkits)
> lacks, like layout algorithms and i18ln support.

Qt has all of this. On all platforms. Just for the record. 

And layout algorithms - that was something I discovered in tk (using it from
tcl, btw) 10 years ago - but my VB experience some years later didn't
include that. Maybe that has changed - but the straight VB 6.0 GUI builder
certainly encouraged you to use windows UI-units or however these thingies
were called. 



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