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I just recently started trying to teach myself python and wxPython. The
python portion of that hasn't been much of a problem as documentation
seems available and of good quality.

While I was working with wxPython I was beginning to think I was a
little dense and missing something very important. Then I started
reading the thread about python documentation and in particular the part
about wxPython documentation. That made me feel so much better. Anyway
to get to my point I am looking for a good source of tutorials that go
beyond those found on the wxPython site, website, book, or otherwise.
The thing that really drives me crazy is that the tutorials don't do a
very good job of explaining the components of a wxPython application.
Currently I am trying to create a simple two pane window with each pane
utilizing 50% of the window. I did manage to find the wxSashWindow
information, but it really seems to be lacking.

Anyway, any sources that could be provided would be much appreciated.

Steven Potter
Jul 18 '05 #1
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While I was working with wxPython I was beginning to think I was a
little dense and missing something very important. Then I started
reading the thread about python documentation and in particular the
part about wxPython documentation. That made me feel so much better.
Anyway to get to my point I am looking for a good source of tutorials
that go beyond those found on the wxPython site, website, book, or
otherwise. The thing that really drives me crazy is that the tutorials
don't do a very good job of explaining the components of a wxPython
application. Currently I am trying to create a simple two pane window
with each pane utilizing 50% of the window. I did manage to find the
wxSashWindow information, but it really seems to be lacking.


Don't feel bad. The documentation really does need work. It helps to
join the wxPython mailing list and ask questions there. Other than that
the best reference they have is the program full of demos that comes
with wxPython.

Jul 18 '05 #2

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Michael wrote:
While I was working with wxPython I was beginning to think I was a
little dense and missing something very important. Then I started
reading the thread about python documentation and in particular the
part about wxPython documentation. That made me feel so much better.
Anyway to get to my point I am looking for a good source of tutorials
that go beyond those found on the wxPython site, website, book, or
otherwise. The thing that really drives me crazy is that the tutorials
don't do a very good job of explaining the components of a wxPython
application. Currently I am trying to create a simple two pane window
with each pane utilizing 50% of the window. I did manage to find the
wxSashWindow information, but it really seems to be lacking.

Don't feel bad. The documentation really does need work. It helps to
join the wxPython mailing list and ask questions there. Other than that
the best reference they have is the program full of demos that comes
with wxPython.


There is also lots of stuff on the wiki. http://wiki.wxpython.org/
--
Robin Dunn
Software Craftsman
http://wxPython.org Java give you jitters? Relax with wxPython!

Jul 18 '05 #3

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