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Entity GUI tool?


Ubuntu Drake comes with or allows you to install something called "entity"
which sounds like it ought to be the world's ultimate Python GUI tool.
Nonetheless all I can get it to do looks like this:

Usage: entity [-Vhm] [-g <domain>] [-l <config path>] [-a <files>] [file]
-V Print version and exit.
-g Turn on debug messages. Accepts domain as argument, or 'all'
-a Load all files on command line into Entity.
-m Generate module config files.
-l Specify alternate location for libraries and configuration
directories.
-h Print this message and exit.
entity 1.0.1, compiled: Dec 11 2005 00:49:34
Report bugs to <en**********@l ists.sourceforg e.net>
Anybody know anything more about this one?

Jun 22 '06 #1
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The ubuntu synaptic package manager claims:

XML-based GUI builder for GTK+
Entity is an XML-based GUI builder and application scripting framework.
It combines the ease of use of XML for GUI layout and the power of Perl,
Python, TCL, JavaScript, and C for the application logic. An Entity GUI
is usually much shorter than the same program written in any other
language.

This package contains the core portions of Entity along with Perl
Jun 22 '06 #2
On 2006-06-22, icebear <ic*****@northp ole.gov> wrote:
Ubuntu Drake comes with or allows you to install something called "entity"
which sounds like it ought to be the world's ultimate Python GUI tool.


Looks like it only supports gtk 1.2.

Dave Cook

Jun 25 '06 #3

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