Re: GTK or TKinter (or what else?)
Date: Thu, 20 May 2004 02:16:16 -0800
On Wednesday 19 May 2004 11:57 pm, Marco Terzuoli wrote:
> I use python under linux and would like to create some GUI applications.
Consider PyQt and/or PyKDE. You can get both from Riverbank:
The reasons I like using these two, in no particular order:
Quality: Qt and KDE are both very well designed
Docs: Everything is documented
Polish: Most things are consistent
Tools: The GUI designer is awesome
Platforms: Reasonable portability to Mac and Windows
Quantity: More widgets than you can shake a stick at
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