If you want write the GUI code once, and run it at Windows or Linux
without modifing anything, you can use Tkinter/Tix module in Python.|
But if your GUI app is complicated, python is not suitable because it is not as fast as gtk.
Thanks and Regards
Jose Hevia wrote:
I write windows programs but would like to start making my apps cross-platform. Originally I thought that wxWidgets was the way to go, but I wanted to consider alternatives before I make the switch. Could I accomplish mostly the same thing by using GTK+ instead? WxWidgets usesgtk, Short answer: yes you could, if you know how to. I had made it for some apps. Look at Inkscape (inkscape.org) for an example of what you could expect in Windows with gtk/gtkmm. There has been some bugs with screen redraw and windows stack order. There is no (I dont know if exist) a "dont need to change a single line of code" solution though. Mainly because Windows is not fully POSIX compliant (file names and so). WxWidgets uses gtk for Linux, I suppose it uses win32 in Windows.I've heard, so maybe it's just another (unnecessary?) layerPersonally, my own reason is to control 100% of my program. Just a note: http://www.advogato.org/person/raph/diary.html?start=398 Jose _______________________________________________ gtk-list mailing list gtk-list gnome org http://mail.gnome.org/mailman/listinfo/gtk-list