Python and GUI

Posted on 2005-04-16
Last Modified: 2013-12-05
I want to use use GUI (forms, text fields, buttons, menus,..) in my programs in Python , but problem is, as I presume, there are only external libraries, whose  expanded standard Python to work with GUI. So, every user has to install them, not only PYthon from own Linux distribution.
Or are some commands in standard Python to programs GUI ???? Any internet source about them

And second question, is any rapid tool to do it??? Something like KDeveloper ??

Thanks Petr
Question by:petrph
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    Hi  petrph,
    you can use wxPython, pyGTK or pyQt.
    Yes they all are external librarys as you sed.
    But this is no problem, 'cos installing is easy.
    I my self am using such tools for rapid development:
    wxPython -> spe (IDE,editor)  + wxGlade (GUI designer) + Dia (diagram drowing program) + Autodia (UML class diagram generator)
    pyGTK -> spe or eric (IDE,editor)  + Glade (GUI designer) + Dia (diagram drowing program) + Autodia (UML class diagram generator)
    pyQt -> eric (IDE,editor)  + Glade (GUI designer) + Dia (diagram drowing program) + Autodia (UML class diagram generator)

    good luck!

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