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Hello,

I am just getting started in Python with the intention of tweaking an
opensource wxPython project called Brewsta. I've been reading python
documentation and the code, and its starting to make sense, but there seems
to be an awful lot of boilerplate required to make such an application
work.

Are there any ides that help out? There seem to be lots of options, and
I've been downloading like crazy, but nothing so far that stands out. Are
there any tips or tutorials specific to doing gui development?

cheers

Marc Pelletier
Jun 27 '08 #1
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En Mon, 26 May 2008 20:32:58 -0300, Marc Pelletier
<ma**@stopspam.goldak.caescribió:
I am just getting started in Python with the intention of tweaking an
opensource wxPython project called Brewsta. I've been reading python
documentation and the code, and its starting to make sense, but there
seems
to be an awful lot of boilerplate required to make such an application
work.
That's strange - usually you don't require "an awful lot of boilerplate"
in Python.
Are there any ides that help out? There seem to be lots of options, and
I've been downloading like crazy, but nothing so far that stands out. Are
there any tips or tutorials specific to doing gui development?
I'm unsure if you're looking for a development environment like these:
http://wiki.python.org/moin/Integrat...ntEnvironments
or an interface designer for wxPython (see the bottom part of
http://wiki.python.org/moin/GuiProgramming)

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Gabriel Genellina

Jun 27 '08 #2

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On May 27, 2:32*am, Marc Pelletier <m...@stopspam.goldak.cawrote:
Hello,

I am just getting started in Python with the intention of tweaking an
opensource wxPython project called Brewsta. I've been reading python
documentation and the code, and its starting to make sense, but there seems
to be an awful lot of boilerplate required to make such an application
work.

Are there any ides that help out? There seem to be lots of options, and
I've been downloading like crazy, but nothing so far that stands out. Are
there any tips or tutorials specific to doing gui development?

cheers

Marc Pelletier
i use eric on kde 3.5.9
Jun 27 '08 #3

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I tried Eric (on windows), but then decided in favour of Eclipse +
PyDev. It's really good combination and if you want to develop PyQt
apps, you can also install Qt Integration plugin to Eclipse, so you
will have all what you need for PyQt development, include form
designer and resource editor. PyQt + Eclipse Qt plugin distributed
under GPL.

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Best regards, Alex Gusarov
Jun 27 '08 #4

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On 19:48, martedì 27 maggio 2008 Alex Gusarov wrote:
I tried Eric (on windows), but then decided in favour of Eclipse +
PyDev.
I'm a KDE fan :) and I like Qt design. I've Qt designer installed, but I much
like if I can use an IDE which write python code, rather than wrappers.

I've just been disappointed by Boa Constructor, it disappeared suddenlywhile
trying some test.
Which other SDK write in python code?
Jun 27 '08 #5

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"Gabriel Genellina" <ga*******@yahoo.com.arwrote in
news:ma***************************************@pyt hon.org:
I'm unsure if you're looking for a development environment like these:
http://wiki.python.org/moin/Integrat...ntEnvironments
or an interface designer for wxPython (see the bottom part of
http://wiki.python.org/moin/GuiProgramming)

Thanks Gabriel and others,

I found these links useful and also followed a trail to something I thought
was called "Python pit", which was very good, but I can't find it now. Most
of the tools seem to be for creating and serializing the dialogs to xml or
other, which will work fine, but unfortunately isn't what the previous
developer on the project did. So I guess I'll have to continue with it
manually.

cheers

Marc
Jun 27 '08 #6

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