Perhaps it'll PySide? This seems to be very similar to PyQt aside from licensing issues...rurwin wrote:TK is a standard component of the Python library. On the other hand I believe Qt will be standard on the RaspPi. (But maybe not PyQt).
Just reading this makes me nervous!Joe Schmoe wrote: And of course, this rant wouldn't be complete without posting this:
$ rm -rf /
$ sudo rm -rf /
That's also the kind of thing I'm trying to find out I'll see if there are any Brazos "oversized netbooks"...obarthelemy wrote:Isn't AMD support good enough these days ?
Tax/duties mean there's no way to spend $100 more. Add $100 to the base price & the overall price goes up by ~ $250. (If customs bother to check the package...)Nr90 wrote:I'd spend a 100$ more and get a regular laptop with in i3 processor.
You'll know it'll be problem free and much faster.