Subject Re: [firebird-support] writing firebird applications in linux
Author Fabio Gomes
I already used wxPython, but i didnt like it as i liked PyGtk, i think pygtk
is easier, wxPython gave me some trouble and when i tried PyGtk everything
worked fine.

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From: Milan Babuskov <milanb@...>
Date: Jul 30, 2006 3:38 PM
Subject: Re: [firebird-support] writing firebird applications in linux

Fabio Gomes wrote:
> also starting a small python project to see how it is to make a gui
> application using, glade + pygtk + firebird

I suggest you try wxPython as well. It's in Python, a wrapper around
Gtk, and you have wxGlade, wxFormBuilder, Boa and few other GUI builders
suitable for the job.

The reason is that you can simply port your application to Windows or
MacOSX later, just by tweaking the makefiles and re-compiling, with
little-or-none changes to the source code.

Milan Babuskov

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