Looking at Kiwi
jens.knutson at gmail.com
Mon Jan 25 23:41:55 BRST 2010
I was basically a PyGTK newbie when I discovered Kiwi, too. I've since
been very happy with it. Development has certainly slowed, but what has
thus far been accomplished is still extremely valuable, IMO. Once
you've tried the Kiwi ObjectList, you'll never want to go back to
GtkTreeView again, if you can avoid it. :-)
On Mon, 2010-01-25 at 19:03 -0500, Kent Borg wrote:
> Recently I started looking at pygtk, and just as I started to get the
> hang of it and wondering how I should organize my code...I looked around
> and discovered Kiwi.
> How is Kiwi looking these days? It doesn't look like a buzz of frenetic
> development. Possibly it is stable and works...or possibly it has been
> quietly winding down of late. (Or possibly it is unfairly ignored
> because it isn't "web".)
> Is Kiwi recommended for new projects by newbies?
> -kb, the Kent who tried sending this without subscribing, but decided it
> didn't work, so he tries again as a subscriber.
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