Getting back into PyQt and not loving it.

Michael Torrie torriem at gmail.com
Mon Jun 27 11:11:29 EDT 2016


On 06/27/2016 12:44 AM, Lawrence D’Oliveiro wrote:
> On Monday, June 27, 2016 at 6:16:01 PM UTC+12, John Ladasky wrote:
> 
>> Between the Py3 requirement and the need to work with all major OS's, I
>> decided to learn PyQt and not GTK+.  
> 
> GTK+ is available for Python 3.
>
> No doubt it will work on Windows as well, once Microsoft gets its Linux compatibility layer debugged...

But that's not a solution for John's target audience.  Nor for most
users, honestly.  The Linux layer is targeted towards Azure developers
mainly, and not intended to be an application support layer.

GTK+ is working natively on Windows, and the Python bindings work on
Windows. However GTK+ does not have nearly as good integration with the
Windows desktop in terms of look and feel as other solutions like Qt and
wxWidgets.  Running the Linux version of GTK+ inside of Windows' Linux
layer would not solve that problem!


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