[ANN] EasyGUI_Qt version 0.9
andre.roberge at gmail.com
Sat Jan 10 02:02:12 CET 2015
On Friday, 9 January 2015 19:09:15 UTC-4, stephen... at gmail.com wrote:
> On Wednesday, December 31, 2014 at 4:24:50 PM UTC-6, André Roberge wrote:
> > EasyGUI_Qt version 0.9 has been released. This is the first announcement about EasyGUI_Qt on this list.
> > Like the original EasyGUI (which used Tkinter),
> > EasyGUI_Qt seeks to provide simple GUI widgets
> > that can be called in a procedural program.
> > EasyGUI_Qt is NOT event-driven: all GUI interactions are invoked by simple function calls.
> > The archetype is get_string(message)
> > which pops a box whose purpose is exactly the same as Python's input(prompt),
> > that is, present the user with a question/prompt, have the user enter an
> > answer, and return the provided answer as a string. Thus
> > easygui_qt.get_string() can be used as a drop-in replacement for
> > input().
> > Similarly, instead of using a print() function to display a message,
> > show_message() is used which pops a message window.
> > EasyGUI_Qt requires PyQt4 and is really targeted for Python 3.3+ - although it can work (possibly with some unicode problems ...) using Python 2.7.
> > More information can be found at
> > http://easygui-qt.readthedocs.org/en/latest/index.html
> > Feedback is most welcome, including reporting bugs to
> > https://github.com/aroberge/easygui_qt/issues
> > Happy 2015 everyone,
> > André Roberge
> Very nice, thanks.
> One issue is the format returned for the calendar selection. For today, the string returned is "Fri Jan 9 2015". My script needs to convert the date to a datetime.date, and having the month returned as a string instead of an integer makes this harder.
Would today's date be represented as the string "09.01.2015" useful to you? (I found out how to do this.) If so, I could perhaps add an argument like numeric_format = True.
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