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Any GUI toolkits for Python?
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Hi

Are there any GUI toolkits for OS4 Python? Anyone have any experience with them?

Hoping to find one which also gives decent results on Android...

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Re: Any GUI toolkits for Python?
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@ChrisH

Reading through some tests and comparisions wxPython seems to be the way to go in means of features, handling and support/development.

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Re: Any GUI toolkits for Python?
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@ChrisH

I think the only python gui toolkit available on OS4 is GTK+ 2.24 in the AmiCygnix Python 2.7 package included in Gimp or Gnumeric.

I don't know, if Android has GTK+, maybe you can us it for development.

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Re: Any GUI toolkits for Python?
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If your coding for AmigaOS 4 then ProAction provides GUI support to any ARExx enabled scripting langugae, ie Python Perl and er ARexx...

Naturally that doesn't help with the Android thingy

If you want to code for AmigaOS and Android then Hollywood is probably your only real choice.

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Re: Any GUI toolkits for Python?
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wxPython doesn't seem to be available for OS4

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Re: Any GUI toolkits for Python?
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Thanks for the ProAction suggestion. With the lack of a cross-platform GUI solution for Python on OS4, it seems like the only solution would be to roll my own (with ProAction code being generated for OS4 & another toolkit for Android/etc).

But sounds like a lot of work, so not likely to bother with GUI on OS4 for the time being

P.S. Afraid I am not interested in Hollywood.

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Re: Any GUI toolkits for Python?
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Seems like PyGUI directly generates native GUIs, so not likely to work on OS4.

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Re: Any GUI toolkits for Python?
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Yeah, it looks like most of the python gui's out there are Mac/Linux/Windows native or rely heavily on wxidgets or QT. I think Kas1e did a QT port to OS4 so it may be worth taking a look at pyQT4. https://www.riverbankcomputing.com/software/pyqt/download

I'd prefer something wxwidgets-based because it's more lightweight in terms of code and system requirements/resources but I don't think it's been ported to OS4.

Another lightweight GUI is FLTK and it has been ported to OS4. See this: http://www.soft3dev.net/pages/fltk.php

and the pyFLTK page: http://pyfltk.sourceforge.net/




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