GUI Programming by hand not code with Python Code

Nicola Musatti nicola.musatti at gmail.com
Wed Jul 9 13:20:54 CEST 2008


On Jul 8, 10:09 pm, sturlamolden <sturlamol... at yahoo.no> wrote:
[...]
> I use wxFormBuilder with wxPython. Works like a charm. Design the GUI
> graphically, export it like a wx XML resource (.xrc). All you nedd to
> code in Python is the event handlers and the code to bind/hook the
> events.
>
> http://sturlamolden.blogspot.com/2008/03/howto-using-wxformbuilder-wi...

I also use wxFormBuilder, but I use XRCed from wxPython 2.8.6.x to
generate an application Skeleton from my .xrc file. This version
creates explicit attributes for all the visual elements that have a
name in the xrc file.

Unfortunately the latest XRCed version requires you to annotate the
xrc in order to obtain the same effect which is not only tedious, but
as far as I can tell it also makes it impossible to round trip between
XRCed and wxFormBuilder.

Cheers,
Nicola Musatti





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