[PyKDE] PyQwt win32 binary?
scottprive at earthlink.net
Sun Feb 4 17:48:03 GMT 2001
Boudewijn Rempt wrote:
> On Fri, 2 Feb 2001, Scott Prive wrote:
> > hpj.lisa at t-online.de (Hans-Peter Jansen) wrote:
> > >
> > > Scott Prive wrote:
> > [snip]
> > > Well, may have a look on wxPython. At least, the library is free, allows
> > > cross platform development on windows and unix, and has some nice features. Docs and some (non) free gui builder are available.
> > Thanks for the tip. I had looked at wxPython, and put aside dealing with it for a few reasons. The first was less intergration with the OS desktop... I run Linux at home, using a mixmash of GNOME and Linux applications... I would rather have learned either Qt or GTK, and not a "third" toolkit. Yes, GTK compiles on Windows too and is "more" GPL, but it's not ready even for experienced C coders to use (GIMP/Win32 is an exception).
> > I wasn't too impressed with the free GUI builders for wxPython.
> > Phil Thompson is
> > > called Robin Dunn in wxPython world. Robin used swig for wrapping. An in
> > > deep comparison of these two opponents would be nice...
> > A comparitive review *would* be nice. I'm waiting for one to happen... maybe Boudewijn Rempt could get together with Camaron Laird and hash one together. :)
> I'd first have to get wxPython to install. Over the past two years, I've
> tried repeatedly, but I only once succeeded, and then wxPython segfaulted
> over its own example applications. (Just like PyGTK did when I succeeded
> in installing it.)
I haven't had problems like these when installing. Well, I use Debian apt-get to get things installed... pretty easy and all the packages get cross-checked against each other for dependency conflicts (unlike willy-nilly rpm's on the 'net).
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