well I'm in search for a good GUI builder for python, preferably based on pygtk
at glade website they mention support for pyhon, but haven't seen any plugins or so, any clues?
I dont know python, but google gave me this.
as everyone does it until now:
http://patrick.wagstrom.net/tutorials/p … embed.html
As has been said, PyGTK + Glade makes it very easy. And if you don't want to install all those GNOME libraries just to install the glade UI builder, try gazpacho, it's written in PyGTK itself and there's a PKGBUILD in AUR
all you need is an editor and the pygtk manual,
arch + gentoo + initng + python = enlisy
I think glade needs its own lengthy manual for designing a GUI, it's not very intuitive for me.
Are there such guides by the way?
Some PKGBUILDs: http://members.lycos.co.uk/sweiss3
Glade is pretty simple with a little understanding, it looks crappy in an editor but when Gtk is rendering it everything resizes accordingly and it looks as it should
Just Google for glade, pygtk or perhaps both at once. That's how I figured it out and it's a lot less python code than creating all the widgets in the script