wxPython/wxWidgets ok for production use ? (was Re: Quality assurance in Python projects containing C modules)

Mike Driscoll kyosohma at gmail.com
Mon Mar 10 16:36:22 CET 2008

On Mar 10, 10:27 am, "Malcolm Greene" <pyt... at bdurham.com> wrote:
> Stefan,
> > My personal experience with wxPython has its ups and downs. Specifically when it comes to crashes, I wouldn't bet my life on it. (but then, the OP
> I'm new to Python and getting ready to build a small client based
> application intended to run on Windows and Linux. I was planning on
> using wxPython until I saw your comment above.
> Any suggestions on an alternative Python client-side GUI library (pyQT
> ?) or tips on where I can find out more about wxPython/wxWidget
> problems?
> Thank you,
> Malcolm

We use wxPython here at work for new application development and have
had no major problems with it once we knew what dlls to include. In my
experience, I've needed gdiplus.dll, msvcp71.dll and MSVCR71.dll from
time to time.


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