Python v. Processing

Robert Franke franke.rob at
Wed Feb 10 16:54:50 CET 2010

Hi Sky,

there is a project called pyprocessing
( that aims to create a similar
environment like processing in python. I am not sure though how
advanced this is.



On Wed, Feb 10, 2010 at 4:29 PM, Sky Larking <skylarking11 at> wrote:
> I am a light user of Python in a role as a systems administrator...I
> am new to the list, but have grown to really enjoy using Python to
> help in my job...Another interest I have ( but haven't fully
> explored )  is the idea of using programming as a creative outlet .. I
> have heard Processing: is a good language for
> these sort of endeavors --- I am interested in Processing, but would
> rather do similar creative work in  Python (i know that is vague, but
> the projects on are good examples of what I am
> intending to do ). I've tried learning different languages
> concurrently, and it is usually too much for me too handle.... Are
> there creative types using Python in the way Processing is being
> implemented? Just curious of their similarities and differences, and
> what Python's limitations maybe be in this arena ( if any ) .
> Thanks!
> --

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