pyZui - anyone know about this?
d at vidr.cc
Wed Dec 16 08:42:14 CET 2009
PyZUI 0.1 has been released:
On Dec 15, 12:29 pm, David Roberts <d... at vidr.cc> wrote:
> Yes, the toolkit used is PyQt. The ZUI is implemented using a simple
> QPainter, and employs pyramidal tiling for efficiency (I haven't used
> any Qt/KDE voodoo in this regard). I'm using Gnome at the moment, but
> it should work just as well on KDE. Web pages are rendered using
> QtWebKit, and PDF with the pdftoppm utility.
> The project is opensource (GPLv2), but just hasn't been published
> yet :) . I'll try to make a release over the next few days, and I'll
> post a link here when I do.
> David Robertshttp://da.vidr.cc/
> On Dec 15, 10:33 am, Donn <donn.in... at gmail.com> wrote:
> > On Tuesday 15 December 2009 01:43:52 David Boddie wrote:> I managed to catch his address and sent him a message saying that people
> > > were discussing PyZUI in this thread.
> > Oooh. Sits,fidgets and waits. I want my socks back! (OP) :D
> > \d
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