Pmw is a toolkit for building high-level compound widgets in Python
using the Tkinter module.
It consists of a set of base classes and a library of
flexible and extensible megawidgets built on this foundation. These
megawidgets include notebooks, comboboxes, selection widgets, paned
widgets, scrolled widgets, dialog windows, etc.
Getting started - including downloading
How to use Pmw megawidgets - creating
and configuring megawidgets
How to build Pmw megawidgets - inheriting
(sub-classing) from Pmw megawidgets
Demonstrations and tests - how to run
Dynamic loader - also discusses how
to "freeze" Pmw
Reference manuals - complete documentation
of all Pmw classes and functions
Porting between different versions of Pmw
Todo list and list of known bugs
Pmw project home page
on SourceForge - contains CVS source repository, bug tracking,
release distributions, mailing list, etc
mailing list - subscribe to this list to get announcements of
Pmw releases and general discussion on Pmw
A User's Guide
- an excellent tutorial and reference covering the Pmw interface
to the powerful Blt graph widget, written by Bjørn Ove Thue
and Hans Petter Langtangen. You can also download the full
HTML document for local viewing.
Pmw megawidgets home page
for the latest information about Pmw.
Comments, bugs, fixes to the Pmw
discussion and announcement mailing list.
Pmw 1.3 -
7 Aug 2007