What's the easiest Python datagrid GUI (preferably with easy database hooks as well)?

Wolfgang Keller feliphil at gmx.net
Tue Mar 19 15:17:38 CET 2013


> >> Will look at Pypapi and SQLkit.
> >
> Did look: SQLkit needs Python 2.

Personally I would be more concerned about the apparent end-of-life of
PyGTK.

> Pypapi, from the link you gave: "The new release of PyPaPi is written
> in Java. You can find more info in the official site." On this
> official site - http://www.pypapi.org/ - I can't find anything at all
> about using PyPaPi with Python.

Unfortunately I have lost the URL for the documentation (tutorial
etc.) on the Python pages at www.pypapi.org. I'm afraid you'll have to
ask the author.

Pypapi, which is in production use in version 0.8, had been
re-implented in Java for some reason (paying customer?), and the design
changes have been back-ported to the Python implementation, yielding
the version 0.9, which is considered beta. I liked the approach of this
version, because it essentially only requires you to write the
declarative Sqlalchemy model, layout the forms in Qt Designer and
that's it. At about as little hand coding as possible.

If you don't mind source code of an example application being
essentially the only documentation, you can also look at Qtalchemy.

Sincerely,

Wolfgang



More information about the Python-list mailing list