which "GUI module" you suggest me to use?

Samuel newsgroups at debain.org
Wed Jun 6 16:56:56 CEST 2007

On Wed, 06 Jun 2007 14:43:35 +0000, Grant Edwards wrote:

> On 2007-06-06, Samuel <newsgroups at debain.org> wrote:
>> On Wed, 06 Jun 2007 00:22:40 +0000, Grant Edwards wrote:
>>> wxPython works fine under Windows, Linux and OSX.
>> wxPython emulates Gtk
> What?  On some platforms (Linux), wxPython _uses_ Gtk. I don't see how
> you could say it emulates it.

That may be true in some cases, but in fact, most widgets show some sort 
of difference. Take for example the HPaned - it looks totally different 
(the slider is a lot slimmer, plus moving it makes a line appear. The 
behavior is different as well).

Even simple widgets show differences. Try triple-clicking into entry 
boxes, it's different from Gtk.

>> (though using some native widgets, it also uses some of its own) and in
>> many cases it looks non-native compared to Gtk.
> How can that be the case when wxPython is using Gtk?

Obviously, it does *not* always use Gtk.

>> If your target platform includes Unix systems, you'll have to decide
>> whether inconsistencies with the look and feel of the desktop are an
>> issue for you.
> wxPython looks completely native on Unix, because it's using a native
> widget set (Gtk).

Same as above.


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