[scikit-image] 回复：Re: imagepy new version
mark.harfouche at gmail.com
Tue Jun 5 00:22:17 EDT 2018
I have to agree with Juan.
I've been trying to keep up with Jupyter Notebooks and they just don't seem
I brought this up in an earlier post, but visbrain seems to be a great
proof of concept as to what is possible with Qt and Python
Also see PySide2 coming soon:
LGPL gives you the power of the library with minimal requirements.
Maybe LGPL is enough for you?
On Mon, Jun 4, 2018 at 6:32 PM Juan Nunez-Iglesias <jni at fastmail.com> wrote:
> On Tue, Jun 5, 2018, at 2:21 AM, imagepy at sina.com wrote:
> Sorry，ImagePy is a ui framework based on wxpython, which can not install
> with pip on Linux. You need download the whl acrodding to your Linux
> Ah, that's a shame. I'm on 18.04, so I don't even know if the 16.04 wheel
> would work. I suppose not.
> wx's official said, wx is a native ui framework, so cannot fit different
> Linux and gtk version. I had pull a issue to solve it here, and someone had
> started it.
> About the future, I think web is the best direction. I choose wx, not qt,
> because qt has a gpl license, and both qt and wx is very heavy. and I am
> not good at js. But now the jupyterlab is just ok, I will start this work
> sometime when the wx version is stable.
> I actually disagree with this. I was having a discussion with a friend
> about how old computers (1980s) actually felt more responsive than current
> ones, because the GUIs were not so wasteful of processing cycles. I think
> the trend to web UIs is worsening that situation. Web apps are way less
> responsive than well-implemented native apps. (And they are a leaky
> My understanding is that certain PyQt wrappers actually get around the GPL
> requirement, allowing you to link to it from BSD-licensed code. (Which is
> how things like Matplotlib and Spyder are BSD/MIT.)
> But, it's true: none of the Python GUI frameworks are perfect.
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