PyGUI as a standard GUI API for Python?
luke.leighton at googlemail.com
Sat Oct 11 10:05:04 CEST 2008
On Sep 17, 1:16 am, Todd Whiteman <to... at activestate.com> wrote:
> Todd Whiteman wrote:
> > Mark Hammond's Python/Mozilla work has enabled products like Komodo,
> > Miro (Democracy) and the OLPC project to use Python as a major driver
> > for consistent cross-platform GUI applications.
> > Personally, I believe XULRunner has a lot to offer for Python GUI
> > development, I'm currently finishing up some documentation steps to show
> > off how to use it specifically for Python (I'll post it to this list
> > when it's finished).
> Here is the tutorial I've started in order to show off building a
> Python/XULRunner GUI application.http://pyxpcomext.mozdev.org/no_wrap/tutorials/pyxulrunner/python_xul...
> The details in this tutorial mostly targets a Windows/Linux platform
> (MacOSX is possible with a few deviations, I have tried to cover these
> deviations where applicable).
> Feedback is welcome.
oh for _goodness_ sake :) i don't know whether to be derangedly-happy
and overexcited that pyxpcom and pydom exist, or whether to be annoyed
that i'll have to do _yet another_ port of the pyjamas widget set api
to another platform.
how come this stuff is so hard to find? it's a _brilliant_ idea to be
running python in a web browser, direct.
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