[ANN] EasyGUI_Qt version 0.9

Mark Lawrence breamoreboy at yahoo.co.uk
Sat Jan 3 18:38:51 CET 2015

On 03/01/2015 17:11, André Roberge wrote:
> On Saturday, 3 January 2015 04:52:21 UTC-4, wxjm... at gmail.com  wrote:
>> Le vendredi 2 janvier 2015 20:11:25 UTC+1, André Roberge a écrit :
>>> On Friday, 2 January 2015 06:29:37 UTC-4, wxjm... at gmail.com  wrote:
>>>> Le mercredi 31 décembre 2014 23:24:50 UTC+1, André Roberge a écrit :
>>>>> EasyGUI_Qt version 0.9 has been released.  This is the first announcement about EasyGUI_Qt on this list.
>>> snip
>>>> I toyed and I spent a couple of hours with it.
>>>> I do not know to much what to say.
>>> Well, this is more positive than your previous comment expressing doubt that it would work. ;-)   So, thank you!
>> Do not get me wrong, I do not wish to be rude.
>> You are building a tool upon a toolkit which
>> simply does not work properly.
>> If for some reason you are not aware of this,
>> you are not aware of this, it is unfortunately
>> a simple as this.
>> (Not only I know why, I'm able to explain the
>> cause).
> Would you care to elaborate?  All the code I have written works correctly on all the tests I have done.  I do have reports from a user using a Mac with Python 2.7 for which some widgets did not quite work properly ... but that's all I have heard about problems with it.
> I would like to hear about the problems you know about either here, on by filing an issue at https://github.com/aroberge/easygui_qt/issues
>> jmf

I hope you know that you're engaging with a person who makes statements 
about the inadequacies of various tools, but when challenged to provide 
evidence to support his claims he can never do so.  He is our "Resident 
Unicode Expert", in other words when it comes to Unicode he hasn't got 
the faintest idea what he's talking about, at least with respect to PEP 
393 and the Flexible String Representation.  Please ignore him as he's 
just not worth the effort.

My fellow Pythonistas, ask not what our language can do for you, ask
what you can do for our language.

Mark Lawrence

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