Gui programming with python

Magnus Therning magnus at
Mon Jul 25 19:28:37 UTC 2005

On Mon, Jul 25, 2005 at 01:22:57PM +0500, Mustafa wrote:
>Brian Puccio wrote:
>>On Mon, 2005-07-25 at 12:42 +0500, Mustafa wrote:
>thanks but i have allreasy seen both of them.
>the visual one is very nice but seems kind if incomplete and the second is not 
>at all about glade and is very long and boring.
>i suppose if there are no other i'll just use these but i'd prefer if
>better tutorial could be found.

LinuxJournal ran a few articles on GUI programming in Python:

They're a bit old, but they got me started on using Python and Glade. No
introduction/tutorial in the world will answer all your questions! You
should subscribe yourself to the PyGTK mailing list. Check the following
links for the info:

For the interested I can also recommend Eric Raymond's piece called "Why


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