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Pmw 1.3 released

A new release of Pmw is out. This release makes Pmw compatable with
python versions 2.4 and 2.5. It is also the first release by
the new project administrator, Serge Hulne. A big thank you to Serge.

To download Pmw or for more information, see the home page at
http://pmw.sourceforge.net/

If you have any comments, enhancements or new contributions, please
use the public forums on the Pmw SourceForge project page at
http://sourceforge.net/projects/pmw/

Posted by Greg McFarlane 2007-08-06

Pmw 1.2 released

A new release of Pmw is out. This release makes Pmw compatable with
recent releases of python and Tcl/Tk.

This version of Pmw was tested against python 2.3, Tcl/Tk 8.4.2 and
Blt 2.4z. Except for Blt, all tests pass. Blt seems to be more
flacky than usual, with core dumps occuring in the Graph code. Since
this is a problem in Blt (not Pmw), the Blt test script has been
removed from the default Pmw test sequence.... read more

Posted by Greg McFarlane 2003-08-05

Pmw 1.1 released

After a wait of more than a year, a new release of Pmw is out. Pmw
has been in use for several years, has had many public releases and is
quite stable. This release contains complete documentation, changes
to make sub-classing simpler and some cool additions to
Pmw.ScrolledText.

Pmw is a GUI toolkit for building high-level compound widgets in
Python using the Tkinter module. These compound widgets, called
'megawidgets', are constructed using other Tkinter widgets or Pmw
megawidgets as component parts. It promotes consistent look and feel
within and between graphical applications, is highly configurable and
is easy to use.

Posted by Greg McFarlane 2002-08-26

Pmw.0.8.5 released

A new release of Pmw is out. This is mainly a bug fix release
for python 2.0. Check the Pmw home page at http://pmw.sourceforge.net/

Pmw is a GUI toolkit for building high-level compound widgets in
Python using the Tkinter module. These compound widgets, called
'megawidgets', are constructed using other Tkinter widgets or Pmw
megawidgets as component parts. It promotes consistent look and feel
within and between graphical applications, is highly configurable and
is easy to use.

Posted by Greg McFarlane 2001-02-10