[ubuntu-uk] Python: easygui and the like

Jai Harrison jai at jaiharrison.com
Thu Apr 24 14:51:21 BST 2008

Hey Eddie,

I'll try out wxPython (just installing it now). As for the PYTHONPATH
thing I'll look at their docs only if wxPython doesn't meet my

Thanks :)


On Thu, Apr 24, 2008 at 1:15 PM, Eddie Armstrong
<eddie_armstrong at ntlworld.com> wrote:
> Jai Harrison wrote:
>  > Hey guys and girls,
>  >
>  > I'm interested in setting easygui up so that I can produce graphical
>  > applications with Python. It seems to be the easiest/best method I've
>  > found for producing the such but I can't work out how, exactly, to
>  > install it. It says I have to place it in my PYTHONPATH.
>  >
>  Pythonpath is set in python  = see python documentation for details
>  > I also took a quick look at Tkinter ... is not in any of the default Ubuntu
>  > repositories.
>  Try under python-tk in adept or repos
>  You might prefer wxPython - which has more widgets and a better look
>  in adept it's listed as python-wxaddons
>  or even the free version of python qt4
>  (see their respective websites)
>  Hope this helps
>  Eddie
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