Python GUI toolkit

James Matthews nytrokiss at gmail.com
Sun Feb 3 19:33:29 CET 2008


Just a side question!

Does QT support Events from multiple threads without any special calls!
Example when i use WX i have to call wx.CallAfter()


Thanks!

On Feb 3, 2008 6:05 PM, Jorge Godoy <jgodoy at gmail.com> wrote:

> default at defaulted.default wrote:
>
> > what i meant was, i tried gtk, didnt like it, the main reason was that
> it
> > had a very bad gui appeal for me, i did try my hand at wx , and i would
> > have stuck with it, but then i saw the qt4 screenshot and couple of
> > examples of its code and i liked it, so i was wondering, if anyone would
> > tell me that i should stick to wx or go forward with qt4.
> >
> > also, is qt4 apps better looking in both win/linux than wx apps, coz the
> > main thing i m looking for is visual appeal of the gui.
>
> Qt is a the best choice, IMHO.  Nice support, free if you write free
> software, very nice API, nice tools to develop with and the best looking
> widget system for *nix and mobile phones.
>
> I also don't like GTK that much but unfortunately we have to live with
> some
> apps written with it.
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