[Tutor] cross platform gui

Liam Clarke cyresse at gmail.com
Sun Feb 13 07:17:29 CET 2005

I would recommend wxPython, it seems to be cross platform. Pythoncard
is an easy to use wrapper around wxPython, and for some stuff you have
to revert back to wxPython code.
I can't on QT, and Tkinter is getting a bit old these days (imao.)

AFAIK they should all be cross-platform (query QT), so it's all a
matter of style.

On Sun, 13 Feb 2005 14:34:54 +1100, Kim Branson <kim.branson at gmail.com> wrote:
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> Hi all,
> i'm interested in building a gui for some code we have. I'm after
> pointers on gui programming, and a recommendation on a cross platform
> gui library, wxpython? pythoncard, qt? What do people use. Ideally i'd
> like something that can work on windows, osx and linux. Its a science
> program so the look is a of lesser importance :)
> cheers
> Kim
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