wxPython-based GUI construction framework (documentation and samples)
PythonCard is a GUI construction framework for building cross-platform desktop
applications on Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux, using the Python language. It
is based on the wxPython bindings for wxWidgets toolkit (formerly known
This package provides all of the developer documentation and samples
associated with the upstream package.
If you install the pythoncard-doc package, you can find the PythonCard
documentation (essentially the entire SourceForge website), along with all of
the sample code, in:
The HTML documentation is also available through the Debian help system (via
tools such as doc-central, dwww and dhelp) in the Devel section.
If you have installed the pythoncard-tools package,
Readme for PythonCard
PythonCard is a GUI construction kit for building cross-platform desktop applications on Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux, using the Python language.
Place the "PythonCard" directory in your python directory or another directory on your PYTHONPATH. By default, the Windows installer and distutils installer will place PythonCard in your Python22\Lib\site-packages directory; the a
I've written a style editor for the wxStyledTextCrl. It's not depedent
on Boa at all and could be useful to anyone with a wxSTC app.
The code is a bit rough, freshly written and have not had any
refactoring, but it works (only tested on windows so far), has some
comments and even a doc string here and there ;)
Please give it a go and tell me what you think.
SourceForgeTracker downloads XML from SourceForge in order to display Bug
Reports and Feature Reques
addresses is the first test of converting the layout and data of an existing
HyperCard stack to the
This is just a basic chat client/server app. It uses the Queue module so the server thread can post
The companies sample is a work in progress to explore the use of Python pickles for storage of data
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