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Python Mega Widgets

Elias Alhanatis
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Hello all!
I would like to know if PMW package is included in the standard python 2.5.1 initial setup or do i have to download it seperately? How do i find if i have it allready installed?
Thanks in advance!!!!
Aug 18 '07 #1
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bartonc
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Hello all!
I would like to know if PMW package is included in the standard python 2.5.1 initial setup or do i have to download it seperately? How do i find if i have it allready installed?
Thanks in advance!!!!
PMW has not been updated in quite some time (last I checked). It will probably run under 2.5, but has never been included in the standard Python distro.

All relevant links are here, but I always recommend wxPython as the best framework for GUI applications:

wxPython is very up-to-date and provides the most native look & feel on Windows or GTK-on-linux.
Aug 18 '07 #2

bartonc
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PMW has not been updated in quite some time (last I checked). It will probably run under 2.5, but has never been included in the standard Python distro.

All relevant links are here, but I always recommend wxPython as the best framework for GUI applications:

wxPython is very up-to-date and provides the most native look & feel on Windows or GTK-on-linux.
Oh, yeah: Mac, too .
Aug 18 '07 #3

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