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April 16, 2004


PythonCard is a GUI construction kit for building cross-platform desktop applications on Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux.

Release includes over 40 sample applications and tools to help users build applications in Python, including codeEditor, findfiles, and resourceEditor (layout editor).

This is the last planned "prototype" release of PythonCard. We've started cleaning up the framework code and finalizing the API for a 1.0 release sometime in early summer. There will be at least two more releases before then, so if you would like to get involved in the PythonCard project, now is a great time to join the mailing list.

All the information you need about PythonCard can be found on the project web page at:

The installation instructions and walkthroughs are available on the main documentation page:

You can download the latest release at:

For a list of most of the samples that have been built with PythonCard and screenshots of them in action go to:

The kind people at SourceForge host the project:

If you want to get involved the main contact point is the Mailing list:

PythonCard requires Python 2.2.1 or later and wxPython or later.

Posted by Andy Todd at April 16, 2004 07:23 AM


What's new in this release? In can't find a 'what's new' document.

Oh yes, any progress with sizers?

Posted by: Simon Brunning on April 19, 2004 03:04 PM