[Tutor] Python Advice Needed
cyresse at gmail.com
Thu Nov 25 05:32:36 CET 2004
Might be because wxPython is a C++ library as opposed to Tkinter.
On Wed, 24 Nov 2004 21:21:35 -0500, Kent Johnson <kent37 at tds.net> wrote:
> You might want to ask this question on the comp.lang.python newsgroup,
> you might find someone there who has done something like this.
> Anthony P. wrote:
> > Good Evening Everyone,
> > I've decided to embark on a rather ambitious new project and am
> > seriously considering using Python for it. Basically, I'm creating a
> > kiosk system that will need to be available 24/7, handle network and
> > hard interfaces, and present a nice GUI to the customer.
> > After reading a lot on both this group and a few other sites, I think
> > that a combination of Linux, Python, and wxPython would be ideal for
> > this task. But I wanted to ask those of you who actually use these
> > technologies what you think. Do you believe that this combination is
> > acceptable for a commercial, user facing product? Am I being a bit too
> > "gung ho" about Python?
> > I know I don't have the expertise to pull this project off all by
> > myself so I will have to hire some programmers. Is hiring Python
> > programmers any more cost effective than hiring say a C++ programmer
> > or a Java programmer? From a financial standpoint (the open source
> > thing not withstanding), does Python make sense?
> > Thanks everyone,
> > Anthony
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