[jdev] The State of Our Code-bases

gabor gabor at z10n.net
Sun Aug 29 15:44:40 CDT 2004

On Sat, 2004-08-28 at 14:11 -0700, Justin Karneges wrote:
> 2) As I understand, Python has some really nice facilities for doing network 
> and server programming (particularly with Twisted).  However, is Python very 
> well suited for client /GUI/ development?  This is not a flame, but a 
> legitimate question.  If the idea is to make a slick client for the average 
> user, that can run under Windows, Python's ability to deliver is an important 
> factor.  Are there notable Python GUI apps?  How mature is the concept?  Do 
> we want to be a pioneer on two fronts (Jabber and Python) ?

pygtk works nicely...


for applications see :


for example anaconda, the redhat installer ;)

or straw,  an rss reader i have used in the past..

works on windows linux macosx and on a lot of other unixes imho


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