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From: morse at harborcom.net (Kevin Dahlhausen)
Date: Tue, 27 Apr 1999 12:22:45 GMT
Subject: GUI other than Tkinter
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claird at Starbase.NeoSoft.COM (Cameron Laird) wrote:
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>>> <URL:http://starbase.neosoft.com/~claird/comp.lang.python/python_GUI.html>
>>
>>I appreciate this useful list.
>>Also ... I noticed a refernce to `fltk' on this list, and I downloaded
>>and built it. However, I don't notice any Python support as part of
>>this distribution, and I'm wondering why `fltk' is on this "Python GUI"
>>list. Is there somewhere else where a Python interface to `fltk'
>>might exist?
>I've sent a copy of your question to a couple
>of people likely to know more.
We are working on it - and perl support too. While FLTK doesn't play games
with the preprocessor, it does use a lot of function overloading. Bjorn
Petterson contributed a python idiom to allow overloaded functions. It's about
2/3 of the way completed - at least for an open alpha release. I've got a
handfull of the fltk test programs implemented in Python. In a few weeks,
we'll be asking for people to help test the wrappers.
Mailing list: www.egroups.com/group/pyfltk/
Future home: http://www.netpedia.net/hosting/fltk/