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PyQT, automatically creating GUI for configuration options

Hi,
I'm making a small PyQT app, and it will also have a config file (any type
is ok) for several options.

I would also like to add a gui for changing the config options but I don't
want to make design the GUI. I'd be satisfied if the GUI is automatically
generated from the config file (or config file specification).

Is there some sollution for this?
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дамјан

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Jul 18 '05 #1
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Дамјан Георгиевски wrote:
Hi,
I'm making a small PyQT app, and it will also have a config file (any type
is ok) for several options.

I would also like to add a gui for changing the config options but I don't
want to make design the GUI. I'd be satisfied if the GUI is automatically
generated from the config file (or config file specification).

Is there some sollution for this?


Shtoom (shtoom.divmod.org) has code that does exactly this, for Qt and
Tk so far - I hope to have a Gtk version in the not-too-distant future.
It also uses the same code to handle ConfigParser .ini files and command
line arguments.
--
Anthony Baxter <an*****@interlink.com.au>
It's never too late to have a happy childhood.

Jul 18 '05 #2
Anthony Baxter wrote:
Дамјан Георгиевски wrote:
Hi,
I'm making a small PyQT app, and it will also have a config file (any
type
is ok) for several options.

I would also like to add a gui for changing the config options but I
don't
want to make design the GUI. I'd be satisfied if the GUI is automatically
generated from the config file (or config file specification).

Is there some sollution for this?

Shtoom (shtoom.divmod.org) has code that does exactly this, for Qt and
Tk so far - I hope to have a Gtk version in the not-too-distant future.
It also uses the same code to handle ConfigParser .ini files and command
line arguments.

Any hope for a wxPython version of Shtoom?

David
Jul 18 '05 #3

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