gui toolkits: the real story? (Tkinter, PyGTK, etc.)

Paul Boddie paul at boddie.org.uk
Tue Oct 2 11:29:12 CEST 2007


On 2 Okt, 04:54, bramble <cadet.bram... at gmail.com> wrote:
>
> Maybe the key I'm missing is this: maybe GvR and company think that a
> language absolutely should come off-the-shelf with GUI toolkit
> bindings. So, given that, they feel they've gotta pick just one, and
> they've already got Tkinter and it works, so that's that. Is that it?

Yes. Also, Tk isn't a particularly fast-moving target compared to some
of the other toolkits, so it's possible to not spend too much time
maintaining the bindings for it, I imagine. Otherwise, Tkinter might
have fallen out of the standard library by now.

Paul




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