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I'm looking for people to test a program, I've just finished the rewrite of a program and I need people to test for bugs etc...

It's a program for developers written in python and wxpython-gui-toolkit
It's made with the aim on linux, although windows-testers are welcome as well

link: http://launchpad.net/d-cm
Please tell me if it works..

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This is my result trying to open the program in IDLE in WindowsXP.

I already was afraid that windows would crash. With a previous release I made 2 different versions. But because this one is brand new I wasn't able to port it to windows. It has to do with some differences in the wx package for windows and the one for linux...

but thanks that you tried it

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Xp i get the same as tony.
Win-7 the same.
Ubuntu it work,diden`t test it to much.
Virtualbox it`s easy to switch between more OS for testing.

I would not use a gui-toolkit for something large.
Because i think i have more control(eaiser to test) building from botton,but if you are comfortable with wx-glade then i guess it`s ok for you.

Edited by snippsat: n/a

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Xp i get the same as tony.
Win-7 the same.
Ubuntu it work,diden`t test it to much.
Virtualbox it`s easy to switch between more OS for testing.

I would not use a gui-toolkit for something large.
Because i think i have more control(eaiser to test) building from botton,but if you are comfortable with wx-glade then i guess it`s ok for you.

I didn't think about that yet, will try the virtualbox definitely, building a gui from bottom, well I think that's just one step to far for me. But maybe when the project get's "successful", I will do that

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Sorry think I misread your post and you saw something from the past.
The first-first version of d-cm was written using wx-glade indeed, but because of the way d-cm works I had to modify a lot of code and so I didn't use wx-glade anymore for later releases. You probably saw some comment in a file where it still said something about wxglade, but I can guarantee you that I don't because of the complexity of the program :)

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