What is it

A framework for Python applications with graphical user interfaces.

Introduction

Kiwi consists of a set of classes and wrappers for PyGTK that were developed to provide a sort of framework for applications. Fully object-oriented, and roughly Smalltalk's MVC, Kiwi provides a simple, practical way to build forms, windows and widgets that transparently access and display your object data. Kiwi was primarily designed to make implementing the UI for Stoq easier, and it is released under the LGPL. Kiwi is inspired by Allen Holub's Visual Proxy.

Kiwi is a framework and a set of enhanced PyGTK widgets designed to make building programs with graphical interfaces both easy to write and easy to maintain. Kiwi is pure Python and should work cross-platform, but is developed on Python 2.4, Linux ix86.