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Using WxPython Toolkit

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Hi ,

I came to know in some of the document and the link,that creating a UserInterface Widgets using WxPython is more easier than using the Tkinter
module with Active state or Python.org.

Could anybody suggest whether I can go with WxPython,for creating the User Interface which is compatibel with WIndows and UNIX OS.

Thanks in advance
PSB
Jun 18 '07 #1
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psbasha
440 256MB
Hi ,

I came to know in some of the document and the link,that creating a UserInterface Widgets using WxPython is more easier than using the Tkinter
module with Active state or Python.org.

Could anybody suggest whether I can go with WxPython,for creating the User Interface which is compatibel with WIndows and UNIX OS.

Thanks in advance
PSB
How about creating the Exe for the applications developed using the WxPython in Windows and UNIX OS?

-PSB
Jun 18 '07 #2
bartonc
6,596 Expert 4TB
Hi ,

I came to know in some of the document and the link,that creating a UserInterface Widgets using WxPython is more easier than using the Tkinter
module with Active state or Python.org.

Could anybody suggest whether I can go with WxPython,for creating the User Interface which is compatibel with WIndows and UNIX OS.

Thanks in advance
PSB
Yes, wxPython is the best (in my experience (on windows)). Many are using it on other platforms, as well. You may flatten the learning curve by getting a good GUI generator like Boa Constructor (the one that I use).

Welcome to the club!
Jun 18 '07 #3
bartonc
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How about creating the Exe for the applications developed using the WxPython in Windows and UNIX OS?

-PSB
This Thread discusses py2exe on windows. It is very handy because it does all the command-line stuff for you.
Jun 18 '07 #4
psbasha
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This Thread discusses py2exe on windows. It is very handy because it does all the command-line stuff for you.
How about for UNIX OS support?.
Jun 19 '07 #5
Smygis
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How about for UNIX OS support?.
As long as you dont use windows specific services and calls. It will run on almost any platform.

I like wxGlade as GUI designer.
Jun 19 '07 #6
psbasha
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As long as you dont use windows specific services and calls. It will run on almost any platform.

I like wxGlade as GUI designer.
Have you tried to execute the application in both the OS
- PSB
Jun 20 '07 #7

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