[PythonCE] newbee question: which IDE to use?

Michael mike at pcblokes.com
Sun Nov 14 11:54:04 CET 2004

Ahh - so they're getting somewhere with the porting of wxWidgets to windowsCE.. Great.

BTW wxWidgets is just the new name for wxWindows - they're the same thing.



-----Original Message-----
   >From: "dr mike"<dr.mike at ntlworld.com>
   >Sent: 14/11/04 07:10:59
   >To: "pythonce at python.org"<pythonce at python.org>
   >Subject: RE: [PythonCE] newbee question:  which IDE to use?
   >I'm currently looking into wxWindows/wxWidgets, a C/C++ toolkit for
   >cross-platform GUI type applications development:
   >There is a 'wxWindows for (Windows) CE (v3.0)' port. There is also a
   >wxPython (http://www.wxpython.org), again with a port to Windows CE, which
   >requires wxWidgets for Windows CE (http://www.wxwidgets.org - what's the
   >difference between wxWidgets and wxWindows? The former is used to generate
   >gui apps in the latter, as far as I can see, as the downloads are the same).
   >IIRC, there have been postings here before, related to
   >wxWindows/wxWidgets/wxPython. So many downloads, so little brain to handle
   >it - the low caffeine level warning light has just lit up in my brain - time
   >for another coffee.
   >-----Original Message-----
   >From: pythonce-bounces at python.org [mailto:pythonce-bounces at python.org] On
   >Behalf Of Gerhard Brauckmann
   >Sent: 13 November 2004 16:03

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