Python GUI toolkit

Jorge Godoy jgodoy at gmail.com
Sun Feb 3 18:03:00 CET 2008


Grant Edwards wrote:

> On 2008-02-03, Dotan Cohen <dotancohen at gmail.com> wrote:
> 
>> I would recommend Qt, as it is cross-platform and can look native on
>> all systems.
> 
> Qt doesn't look native on my system. I run XFCE, and "native"
> is GTK.
> 
>> Opera, KDE, GoogleEarth, Acrobat, and lots of other software
>> are written in Qt.
> 
> And they don't look native on systems that don't use Qt as the
> native widget set.

But then,  there's no toolkit that does.

GTK based toolkits don't look native on Qt based systems.  Same for a lot of
others.

What you can define is a platform as in operating system and then go with
what the mainstream providers use for that.  For Windows and Mac that is
easy, for *nix this is harder.





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