[pygtk] the ultimate resource?
johan at gnome.org
Mon Apr 11 22:02:16 WST 2005
Stefan Elwesthal wrote:
>Where could it be?
>No, seriously. The pyGTK tutorial and the Gnome/Gtk documentation would be it of course. I was just thinking if there were more "must reads", books, websites or whatever.
Most of the material which is of interest to pygtk users/developers can
be found on the website, www.pygtk.org.
>The problem is there is too MUCH of fun using GNOME (and python for fast and easy hacks). I suppose what I really need is more ideas, I played around with Glade yesterady and that is RAD in every sense..
Perhaps you could help out writing more documentation :-)
Seriously though, there are plenty of stuff to do. I think on the
general agenda for helping developers to quickly develop python/gtk
applications a good gui designer is badly needed.
Hint, gazpacho (http://gazpacho.sicem.biz)
Eventually a good IDE, which has a designer and editor integrated is the
ultimate goal, at least for me.
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