Results: Pick a Toolkit! 

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  • Tkinter
    40.00%
  • wxPython
    33.33%
  • PyGtk
    6.67%
  • PtQt
    13.33%
  • PyKDE
    0%
  • Swing (Jython)
    0%
  • Other
    6.67%
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    What's your favourite GUI toolkit?


    Very simply, read the subject, find your farourite Python GUI toolkit and and place your vote .
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    well with Python 2.4 supporting Tix on Windows as well, Tkinter+Tix+occasionally Pmw make up my most used GUI toolkits, just because it avoids the hassle of making sure users have wxPython etc. if wxPython became the standard toolkit I would most likely use it more.
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    I have used Tkinter and PyQT, and I gotta say that PyQT looks nicer, plus when you use Eric or QT Designer, it gets easier to use.
    But as far as GUI goes in general, I am most comfortable with Swing, but only in Java, not in Jython. I haven't started playing with Jython yet.
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    My preference is for wxPython but for ease of deployment on lots of platforms I have chosen Tkinter. It doesn't have to look old as you can see from the attachment.


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