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Fri Feb 19 05:18:29 EST 2016

Le vendredi 19 février 2016 05:08:24 UTC+1, Ian a écrit :
> On Mon, Feb 15, 2016 at 7:02 PM, Rick Johnson
> <rantingrickjohnson at gmail.com> wrote:
> > WxPython is not ported either, much to my chagrin.
> If wxPython "Classic" had just been ported to Python 3, I'm sure it
> would be all done by now. But it was decided to rebuild wxPython from
> the ground up instead.
> Last I've heard, people generally seem to consider Phoenix beta-ready.
> I understand that it's slow-going though because there's basically
> only one maintainer and he has a day job.

I contributed to wxPython from version 2.1 up to version 2.8.
Then come the wxPython 2.9, which had the good idea to try
the unification of the ANSI build and the unicode build.
It stopped working correctly.
wxPhoenix suffered from the same design issue (visible
in the first few releases I tested. I doubt, it has

I tried to explain...


PS Does it not remind you something ?

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