How is GUI programming in Python?

Michel Bouwmans mfb.chikazuku at gmail.com
Sat Apr 12 20:38:22 CEST 2008


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Gabriel Genellina wrote:

> En Fri, 11 Apr 2008 11:31:42 -0300, Michel Bouwmans
> <mfb.chikazuku at gmail.com> escribió:
>> Gabriel Genellina wrote:
> 
>>> Another annoying thing with the Qt license is that you have to choose it
>>> at the very start of the project. You cannot develop something using the
>>> open source license and later decide to switch to the commercial licence
>>> and buy it.
>>
>> Unless you're a company with a risk of being checked for legal software
>> etc., you can always ignore that allthough not very legal.
> 
> I just ignore Qt itself.
> 

Then you're ignorant. What do you prefer than?

- - GTK is utter bullshit, creating GUI's functional wise. :r
- - WxPython is terribly unstable. (Next to that I dislike it using GTK on
*NIX, but that's personal :P)
- - Tkinter is ugly and is a memory hog.

MFB
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