How is GUI programming in Python?
mfb.chikazuku at gmail.com
Sun Apr 13 11:09:31 CEST 2008
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Torsten Bronger wrote:
Und auch ein hallo, aus den Niederlanden! :P
> Michel Bouwmans writes:
>> Gabriel Genellina wrote:
>>> 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
>>> I just ignore Qt itself.
>> Then you're ignorant. What do you prefer than?
> Well ... don't expect answers that you like when you suggest doing
> something which is not allowed.
>> - WxPython is terribly unstable.
> I can't confirm that. When I chose wxPython after thorough
> consideration one year ago, my impression was that reports of
> instability were indeed frequent but rather old. Apparently, the
> situation had improved. Does your experience rely on recent use?
About half a year/a year ago. Segfaults is simply not something I like to
see when I use an API binding. For me it didn't feel that right when using
it so I made the temporary switch to Tkinter.
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