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Re: TK/TCL or Python for X interface



On Fri, Jul 05, 2002 at 09:40:50AM -0400, David Z Maze wrote:
> Larry Smith <doccpu@yahoo.com> writes:
> > I'm interested in using a product for relatively easy
> > X windows interfacing for C programs.  I seem to see
> > that both the TK/Tcl and Python products are used for
> > this purpose.
> >
> > Is there a general consensus on which is most commonly
> > used for that purpose?  Or, is one a more recent and
> > perhaps more capable product?
> 
> I feel like Tcl isn't used much these days, though Python has rapidly
> gained popularity over the past year or two.  The Python/Gtk
> integration is quite nice and it's very easy to write graphical
> programs that way (if you're only using stock widgets, easier than in
> C even).

in case of multiplatform application, you can use wxPython, it's easy
and nice too

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