building a GUI

stef mientki stef.mientki at gmail.com
Mon Sep 24 00:08:09 CEST 2007


Phil Thompson wrote:
> On Sunday 23 September 2007, stef mientki wrote:
>   
>> Diez B. Roggisch wrote:
>>     
>>> stef mientki schrieb:
>>>       
>>>> Thomas Dybdahl Ahle wrote:
>>>>         
>>>>> Den Sun, 23 Sep 2007 17:28:38 +0200 skrev stef mientki:
>>>>>           
>>>>>> yadin wrote:
>>>>>>             
>>>>>>> if i were up to make a GUI chich are the advantages of choosing
>>>>>>> python over matlab or java?
>>>>>>>               
>>>>>> The best is Delphi,
>>>>>> second is VB,
>>>>>>             
>>>>> That sounds mostly like a personal preference :)
>>>>>           
>>>> Well I prefer Python ( because of it's OS-independancy and it's open
>>>> source),
>>>> but Python is really (still) much worse for GUI designs.
>>>> Just compare some parameters like:
>>>> - ease of use
>>>> - speed of development
>>>> - support of features
>>>> - availability of libraries
>>>> - documentation
>>>>         
>>> Sounds like PyQt for me. Best GUI-designer I know, tremendous speed in
>>> development, giant sized lib that does all kinds of stuff & is
>>> brilliantly designed + professional grade docus.
>>>       
>> Could well be,
>> but I never looked at PyQt seriously,
>> because of their weird license.
>>     
>
> It's not weird. It's either GPL or proprietary. Your choice. That's as 
> complicated as it gets.
>   
This is what I find "weird":
== quote ==
Trolltech's commercial license terms do not allow you to start 
developing proprietary software using the Open Source edition.
== end quote ==
Stef




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