Doing fine. Getting a cold,though. Just trying to get this thesis
thing done for right now. ;-)
> In article <WOC8R.94Mar21025715@brunelleschi.cs.virginia.edu> you write:
> >At long last and after long delays (Matt sends his deep apologies),
> >SUIT, the Simple User Interface Toolkit, version 2.3 is now available
> >for Python.
> I got the file, but the demo programs don't seem to work with it.
> For instance, the demo programs call "suit.Label" but SUIT_Cmodule
> only defines "suit.createLabel".
Good question, and something that we forgot to mention in the
announcement. You do *not* want to import SUIT_C -- you want to make
sure that suit.py is in your PYTHONPATH and import that, which takes
care of importing SUIT_C and implements the class-based SUIT
Sorry if this caused confusion!
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