Any examples/documentation for python-newt
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Sat Mar 27 15:44:23 CET 2010
On 2010-03-27, Harishankar <v.harishankar at gmail.com> wrote:
> I am writing a fairly featureful TUI in python and I figured newt is the
> best lightweight TUI which actually offers widgets. curses is low level
> and its text editing capabilities are poor while UIs like urwid and stfl
> too complex for simple programs like the ones I am creating.
> Could anybody point me to at least a decent example program in newt/snack
> and I don't mean popcorn.py or peanuts.py. Something that at least shows
> how to create a basic menu-driven program in the command line with a main
> menu and implementing several sub menus. Also a bit of explanation of the
> behaviour of OK and Cancel buttons in standard forms would be of help.
> So anybody uses newt? Or have people stopped using text based UIs
I've used it for some trivial stuff, but not for anything very
sophisticated. Redhat's text-mode installer program (anaconda) was
written in Python using Newt (I believe it is why Newt was invented).
That's probably the most "full featured" example I know of.
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