Stephen Ferg

EasyGUI is a module for very simple, very easy GUI programming in Python. EasyGUI is different from other GUI generators in that EasyGUI is NOT event-driven. Instead, all GUI interactions are invoked by simple function calls.

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  • Robert Lugg

    Robert Lugg - 2014-11-22

    Hi everyone! I've got a fair amount of motivation over the holidays and I stumbled across the easygui project. I really like its goals and so asked Alex if I could help out.

    We decided to shoot for a 0.97 release focused on the bugs reported (Thanks for so much patience BTW). I plan to reorg the documentation as well switching over to sphinx for much of it.

    After that, I'd like to start thinking about other enhancements that would improve easygui. This is where you come in. Would you please take a few moments to give your feedback. You can do that by entering bugs and enhancement ideas in the 'Tickets' section. Showing your interest is a big motivator for the development team! At the moment, I'm looking at the work by Robbie to see how we can improve capabilities without making easygui harder to use.

    As a final thank you: Thank you to the several bug reporters. Not only did you report them, but in many cases you resolved them yourself. I've put as many as I could into the code.



  • Robert Lugg

    Robert Lugg - 2014-12-15

    If anyone is interested in progress, please check out the GitHub project area: https://github.com/robertlugg/easygui


  • Robert Lugg

    Robert Lugg - 2014-12-20

    We are happy to release version 0.97 of easygui. The intent of this release is to address some basic
    functionality issues as well as improve easygui in the ways people have asked.

    Robert Lugg (me) was searching for a GUI library for my python work. I saw easygui and liked very much its
    paradigm. Stephen Ferg, the creator and developer of easygui, graciously allowed me to start development
    back up. With the help of Alexander Zawadzki, Horst Jens, and others I set a goal to release before the
    end of 2014.

    We rely on user feedback so please bring up problems, ideas, or just say how you are using easygui.


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