Thus spoke Vinny on Thursday, 28 February 2008 at 22:08:06 -0500:
> Gary Kline wrote:
> [snip]
>>      I'd like help getting python to read from a file and display a  steram 
>> of 
>> text on a textcanvas. I'll fiure out the buttons later.      I'd appreciate 
>> any insights about regular gtk and guile-gtk.  Or    whichever GUI libraries 
>> have the best python interface.
> Hi Gary,
> I'm a big fan of wxPython, i.e. wxWidgets for python.  Way
> cool and works on Windows as well (very cross-platform).

It works on a whole hosts of other platforms as well and not only Windows and 
freebsd. From it's wxwidgets website [1] -
 "wxWidgets lets developers create applications for Win32, Mac OS X,
  GTK+, X11, Motif, WinCE, and more  using one codebase. It can be used
  from languages such as C++, Python, Perl, and C#/.NET. Unlike other
  cross-platform toolkits, wxWidgets applications look and feel native.
  This is because wxWidgets uses the platform's own native controls rather
  than emulating them. It's also extensive, free, open-source, and

And from wxpython website[2] -

 "wxPython is a cross-platform toolkit. This means that the same program
  will run on multiple platforms without modification. Currently supported
  platforms are 32-bit Microsoft Windows, most Unix or unix-like systems,
  and Macintosh OS X."

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