[FRPythoneers] Python GUI Applications
erick at allocity.com
Mon Jun 2 12:49:01 MDT 2003
I would say "Based on the desired platform support (Linux and Windows)",
that you should take a hard look at wxPython/wxWindows. For the UI
designer, you could use wxDesigner, costs $, but worth it.
wxPython = http://www.wxpython.org/
wxDesigner = http://www.roebling.de/
From: Ferdinand Schmid [mailto:fschmid at archenergy.com]
Sent: Monday, June 02, 2003 12:39 PM
Subject: [FRPythoneers] Python GUI Applications
Do any of you have experience with Python GUI applications? So far I
found that there is Qt support (also commercial through Blackadder) and
GTK support (pyglade).
I am currently trying to weigh my options for a small application that
also involves serial port IO. Based on the desired platform support
(Linux and Windows) I am considering the Python and Java options.
Since I don't like to type my GUI (emacs is great for code development
but I just can't be efficient with it for graphical layouts) I would
like to find a graphical UI designer that ideally also writes the
framework for event handlers.
It would be great to find an environment that won't turn out to be
obsolete in 2 years ;)
Your candid information/feedback is appreciated,
Architectural Energy Corporation
Celebrating 21 Years of Improving Building Energy Performance
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