Which GUI framework to use?
koranthala at gmail.com
Tue Aug 4 12:32:51 CEST 2009
On Aug 4, 11:48 am, "Diez B. Roggisch" <de... at nospam.web.de> wrote:
> koranthala schrieb:
> > Hi,
> > I am creating a very minimal application (a networking app).
> > I have written the application using Twisted.
> > Now, I need to put a GUI wrapper on the application.
> > The application needs a login screen and also it needs to be
> > minimized to system tray. If I right click the image on system tray, I
> > should be able to close it.
> > It uses some legacy code, so the whole app is written in Python
> > 2.4. Also, my company requires that I use permissive licenses (no GPL
> > - MIT, BSD, LGPL etc ok)
> Google this group. The discussions are abundant about this. Keep in mind
> that while Qt changed licenses to LGPL, PyQt didn't and thus you can't
> use it.
> > Which GUI framework is best for this? I tried using Tkinter, but it
> > does not support minimize to system tray (or I couldnt find it).
> > This is my first foray to GUI programming, so other issues that I
> > am worried about -
> > 1. GUI needs a loop, Twisted needs a loop. How can both go ahead
> > without messing each other?
> Google is your friend here, too:
Sorry about it.
I should have done the homework better.
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