IDE for python similar to visual basic

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Fri Sep 11 14:08:25 CEST 2009

On Mon, 07 Sep 2009 18:04:40 -0700, r wrote:

>> >It also allows the GUI to be edited by without requiring any programming
>> >knowledge. This eliminates the need for the GUI designer to be familiar
>> >with the programming language used (or any programming language), and
>> >allows customisation by end users.
> and this is why M$ interfaces suck eggs! This whole "let's just slap
> together something that works even if kludgy" attitude begets the
> horrible UI's of which i speak. Are you saying that programmers have
> no ability to design elegant UI's? Or are you saying GUI's are not
> *that* important?

I'm saying that the user understands their workflow and environment better
than the application's programmers. The user should be able to decide
which menu items are shown and where, which buttons are shown and where,
etc. The code doesn't need to know this level of detail, let alone dictate

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