Graphical tools

In case someone is willing to make some graphical interface to our beloved Zounds! package manager, I found some interesting tools for Python related to interface creation and usage:
  • Anygui is a project to create an easy-to-use, simple, and generic module for making graphical user interfaces in Python. Its main feature is that it works transparently with many different GUI packages on most platforms.
  • PyUI is a user interface library written entirely in the high-level language python. It has a modular implementation that allows the drawing and event input to be performed by pluggable "renderers". This makes PyUI very portable and scalable. It can run in environments from hardware accelerated 3D surfaces to regular desktop windows. PyUI was originally targeted as a User Interface for games, but it has evolved into a more general UI toolkit with applicability outside of games.
  • Python GUI API 's goal is developing a GUI API that is designed specifically for Python, taking advantage of Python's unique language features and working smoothly with Python's data types, providing implementations of the API for the three major platforms (Unix, Macintosh and Windows) that are small and lightweight, interposing as little code as possible between the Python application and the platform's underlying GUI facilities, and not bloating the Python installations or applications which use them