Tkinter = Rodney Dangerfield?
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Mon Feb 18 09:01:24 CET 2008
En Sun, 17 Feb 2008 17:35:35 -0200, <MartinRinehart at gmail.com> escribi�:
> Tkinter gets no respect. But IDLE's a Tkinter-based app and every
> example I've Googled up shows Tkinter as needing about half as much
> code as wx to do the same job. I'm beginning to Tkinter up my language
> application. Am I making a big mistake?
I don't like Tk because the widgets are ugly, old-fashioned, and don't
have the right "look and feel". But Tkinter is a good library, and a lot
easier to deploy than gtk by example.
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