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domain specific UI languages

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hi.

in a previous thread, mr lundh talks about the possibility to create
"domain specific UI languages" using tkinter.

can he (or anyone else who pleases) explain what they are? give some
examples (simple is better)?

bye

macs
Jul 18 '05 #1
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max(01)* wrote:
hi.

in a previous thread, mr lundh talks about the possibility to create
"domain specific UI languages" using tkinter.

can he (or anyone else who pleases) explain what they are? give some
examples (simple is better)?


Without having read the original thread, I imagine such a beast to
be used to easily script common UI tasks such as dialogs.

Things to express in such a context are

* GUI structure
* simple callbacks and their relation to events
* some styling

I'v done some GUI prototyping in a former life using a combination of
Python, XML, and CSS.
Popular examples of such languages include XUL (mozilla), Javascript,
and similar.

HTH,
Stefan
Jul 18 '05 #2

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