Richard Jones' Log: Something I'm working on...

Thu, 06 Aug 2009
import withgui
gui = withgui.Window()
Comment by Panos Laganakos on Thu, 06 Aug 2009

Stop teasing and share the code already! :D

Comment by Michael on Thu, 06 Aug 2009

I haven't seen any examples with multiple widgets yet. How is layout going to work? And will it support more than one top level window? How do you see this library being used?

Comment by Ronaldo Nascimento on Thu, 06 Aug 2009

What is it you are working on? Is it a new GUI (cross platform I hope) library?

Comment by Michael on Thu, 06 Aug 2009

Looks like it's a library built on top of TkInter.

Comment by RB on Fri, 07 Aug 2009

Looks like something similar to easygui!!

Comment by Richard Jones on Fri, 07 Aug 2009

@Panos: it's nowhere near public-ready yet. Seriously. And I'm a "release early, release often" kinda guy too. It also doesn't really have a name yet except "withgui" :)

@Michael: I snuck some packing into the latest example.

@Ronaldo: if I'm lucky I won't have to develop an actual GUI toolkit. Currently I've got partial implementations on top of Tkinter, PyQt4, kytten and simplui.

@RB: different enough to easygui, I think.