My wxPython code

It’s been a year now since I’ve started using Python and wxPython and it has been a wonderful experience. What I didn’t realize until now was how much useful code I’ve written during this time, code that could be useful to others as well.

I’ve decided to put up a page here, with all the modules, functions and snippets that I’ve accumulated for others to see and use.

Enjoy.

There’s another project I’ve been putting off for too long that is strongly related to wxPython – writing a tutorial for working with XRC, XRCed and the little-known code generation feature I’ve added to it. I can’t imagine coding without those tools and it’s about time I got to explaining it for other people as well. With a bit of luck, you’ll see a first installment of that series in the near future.

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