Python GUI toolkit

Dotan Cohen dotancohen at gmail.com
Sun Feb 3 16:33:59 CET 2008


On 03/02/2008, default at defaulted.default <default at defaulted.default> wrote:
> what would be the best python GUI toolkit, it must be cross platform.
>
>  i have tried gtk, but it interface are real bad and its coding was difficult
>  so i dropped it,
>
>  the only remaining are qt4 and wx, i would like to know if one of these or
>  any other toolkit is capable of creating good-looking GUI's, like in other
>  apps, for e.g, .net apps.
>
>  i m a noob, and willing to learn, so difficulty is no problem
>

I would recommend Qt, as it is cross-platform and can look native on
all systems. Opera, KDE, GoogleEarth, Acrobat, and lots of other
software are written in Qt.

Dotan Cohen

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