Which GUI library to choose? QT, GTK or something else?


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Thinks much as a series of small desktop utilities with a GUI. I want to give the possibility of their cross-platform use, so will be written in Python.

Which GUI library to choose? QT, GTK or something else?

1. Primarily interested in licensing purity (free product), and the absence of problems in the development and support
2. Need a traditional and rather ascetic interface elements, devils like "component browser" etc.
3. UTF-8

Thank you!

UPD. Thank you for the tips! Most likely, will stop the choice on wxWidgets. What we liked:
— license
— perspective
— documentation
— other, including the stated scope of the cross-platform
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Somehow I always stumble upon a working cross-platform program, written with wxWidgets.
What I saw in GTK — buggy on Windows regularly.
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GTK and TkInter a good choice. True to the native form of difficulty plus the x's in Makosi will be needed.
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wxWidgets can see more. Successfully used in Aegisub, for example.
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If you look at Qt, I'd recommend PySide. License they have a better. I would choose Qt because it is the most complete Python framework, a bunch of documentation, examples, and, besides, looks pretty native on different operating systems. Although there are some interesting solutions :)
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devils like "component browser" etc.

In PyQt/PySide you can connect only the libraries that are used in your project.
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Just insert the DHTML (e.g. Chromium) :)
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Or mono-project.com/Gui_Toolkits
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The answer you probably don't fit, but — SWT.
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