What's the best/neatest way to get Unicode data from a database into a grid cell?

cl at isbd.net cl at isbd.net
Sun Feb 7 08:59:59 EST 2016


Chris Angelico <rosuav at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Sun, Feb 7, 2016 at 11:42 PM,  <cl at isbd.net> wrote:
> >
> > Are there any Python 3 GUIs that would be reasonably easy to move to?
> > E.g. ones which have a grid object and which work in the same sort of
> > way as wxpython in general?
> 
> Grid object? I'm not sure. But all of my GUI work of late has been
> with GTK, and I'm pretty happy with it. (Granted, that's with Pike,
> not Python, so the exact API is slightly different; but I know there
> is good support for Python 3.) You may also want to look into Tk /
> tkinter, although its Unicode support is (or was, last I heard)
> limited to the Basic Multilingual Plane - the 64K most commonly used
> characters.
> 
Tkinter is certainly a possibility.  Basic Unicode support will be
fine, I'm only interested in handling European accented characters.

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Chris Green
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