Cross-platform GUI development

David Tremouilles david.trem at gmail.com
Sat Oct 13 11:55:28 CEST 2007


No issue with pygtk on mac!
Actually I develop on this platform everyday. Macport take care of the
installation for me http://www.macports.org/ (Fink should do the work
too).
Of course native GTK on OSX could be nice but definitely not needed at
this point in time.

David

2007/10/13, Dave Cook <davecook at nowhere.net>:
> On 2007-10-13, David Tremouilles <david.trem at gmail.com> wrote:
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> >  I would recommend pyGTK http://www.pygtk.org/
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> Native GTK on OSX is still in its infancy.  For early adopters only at
> this point.  See
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> http://www.oreillynet.com/articles/author/2414
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> That leaves PyQt and WxPython as the only other realistic choices.
> Licensing issues aside, I think Qt has the most polished and well
> thought out API.  The OSX Tiger dev tools include WxPython, though you
> may want to install a newer version.  I suggest installing both and
> trying some of the included examples.
>
> Another possibility is Jython, if you like the Java way of doing
> things.
>
> Dave Cook
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