[pygtk] Pygtk.org website IRC Meeting
yuri.pimenov at gmail.com
Mon Dec 25 21:00:27 WST 2006
Imho, good wiki page would be enough. This is OSS world, if someone looks for
"one click app" it is better to stick with builder, delphi etc.
On 25/12/06, Peter Morgan <pm �� daffodil.uk.com> wrote:
> Yes need to check that out, however I meant as a developer environment
> for new coders to pygtk.
> Yuri Pimenov wrote:
> > On 25/12/06, Peter Morgan <pm �� daffodil.uk.com> wrote:
> > ...
> >> Also one last point is for windows users, they are the biggest market.
> >> Indeed I checked pygtk, then went for mono and gtk# and after 2 days,
> >> realised that the install to windows was going to be a nightmare and
> >> came
> >> back to pygtk ;-). I've even been thinking about creating a "Windows
> >> install
> >> pack" than installs python, gtk, pygtk, cairo.. the whole lot, just
> >> for my
> >> own deployments. It took me sometime to figure it out and as a newbie,
> >> getting my head around all the versions was confusing to say the least,
> >> particularly as a lot of the elements were on different other sites.
> >> Windows
> >> users expect to have an installer, that's one of the great things about
> >> vb.net. Maybe NSIS would be a good solution
> >> http://nsis.sourceforge.net/ ?
> > py2exe works perfectly with latest pygtk. Common pygtk app takes about
> > 18mb when installed. UPX'ed binaries take two times less space.
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