What does Guido want in a GUI toolkit for Python?
stef.mientki at gmail.com
Sun Jun 28 10:06:11 CEST 2009
Martin v. Löwis wrote:
>> I sorta' wish he'd just come out and say, "This is what I think would
>> be suitable for a GUI toolkit for Python: ...".
> He is not in the business of designing GUI toolkits, but in the business
> of designing programming languages. So he abstains from specifying
> (or even recommending) a GUI library.
> What he makes clear is the point that Terry cites: no matter what the
> GUI toolkit is or what features it has - it should be simple to create
> GUIs, as simple as creating HTML.
>> So, what *does* Guido want in a GUI toolkit for Python?
> His concern really isn't what is in the toolkit, but what isn't.
> It must not require lots of lines of code to produce a simple
> GUI, it must not require specification of absolute coordinates,
> ... - you should be able to continue the list yourself.
Gui_support obey the above 2 rules,
so I guess, 'm on the right way with GUI_support
What are the other rules ?
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