|Subject:||Re: [Gnumed-devel] DrugDisplay / AMIS|
|Date:||Thu, 01 Aug 2002 18:32:52 +1000|
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richard terry wrote:
By the way, did anybody think about the use of something like an GUI - builder (Boa Constructor) or at least creating the python-GUI-code fromsome kind of definition (e.g. XML) at installation ?
The main problem with BOa is that the GUI designer does not suport the concept of sizers. The commercial GUI designer for wxWindows/ wxPython works with sizers, but unfortunately creates code which is close to impossible to maintain manually without this commercial software - and this is not acceptable for a free software project.
If you have done it for a while, you'll find it much quicker anyway to construct your GUI manually via cut'n'paste from a "component library" text file than visually with a designer.
However, I found using wxDesigner initially invaluable inlearning and understanding wx.
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