[TIP] Any good way to test Tkinter apps?

Titus Brown titus at caltech.edu
Tue Dec 25 11:35:58 PST 2007

On Tue, Dec 25, 2007 at 11:33:26AM -0800, Brett Cannon wrote:
-> > KWWidgets is a young framework that has been strongly recommended to me;
-> > it's by the cmake/ctest/vtk/itk/DART folk.  It's a C++ wrapping of Tk,
-> > with Python wrapping on top of that.  (Yes, it sounds hacky, but
-> > apparently it's actually quite nice ;) It was explicitly designed to be
-> > easier to test than existing alternatives.
-> Huh.  Interesting.  Might just have a look at that since I am always
-> looking for a GUI toolkit that is easy enough to use that I might
-> actually consider using it over terminal I/O.

Let me know what you think.  We've committed to it for a project at
work, but I myself am uninvolved so I haven't had a chance to play with

-> > And, finally, Gnome/GTK has some testing packages that use the
-> > accessibility UI.  See here:
-> I heard of that usage before.
-> >         http://www.advogato.org/person/titus/diary/315.html
-> Advogato?  Any reason you don't link directly off of your personal
-> site (wondering for when I link to your posts from my blog)?

Just lazy; that was the google hit that came up ;).  Hey, it's


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