The first thing you will want to do is click on wxApp in the pallet this will
also add a application main frame. At that point click the up arrow in the
editor window this will launch the wxFrame. It will be small so hunt it down
and stretch it out. then start dropping objects on it.
Re: [wxPython] PygasmGTK oops Forgot the link (download here)
The source code is available only in zipped form at the moment. The project is
being hosted on source forge at http://www.sourceforge.net ...
I am not the original author I am just doing the hacking necessary to make it
work on the linux platform under wxGTK. I have tried to contact the author but
unfortunately he has gone on a extended vacation. Once he returns I plan on
asking him if we can get that into the source forge cvs. In the mean time I
could use a little help getting this thing full up and working correctly. It is
still causing a core once in a while but I will probably be able to track it
Yes it is the best that I have seen also that is why I immedately dropped
Python Builder development. I still do not like the name Pygasm it is a poor
name in my opinion for such a nice IDE.
On Wed, 29 Dec 1999, you wrote:
> Cliff Baeseman wrote:
> > Here is the download link http://www.pcpros.net/~vbman/pygasmgtk.zip > >
> > just unzip to a directory and execute Pygasm.py
> > The first thing you will want to do is click on wxApp in the pallet this will
> > also add a application main frame. At that point click the up arrow in the
> > editor window this will launch the wxFrame. It will be small so hunt it down
> > and stretch it out. then start dropping objects on it.
> > Cliff
> I just tried out Pygasm. WOW! I've liked wxPython for some time now,
> and have been wishing for just such an IDE. This project has the
> greatest potential of ANY I've run across.
> I can't wait to get home and start studinying the code so I can
> Where's Pygasm's homepage? Who else works on it? Is there a CVS
> o Mordy Ovits
> o Cryptographic Engineer
> o LockStar, Inc.
> There are two kinds of fool; One who says "This is old
> and therefore bad," and one who says "This is new and
> therefore better." -- John Brunner