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Re: [Bug-gnubg] Queries re. Python interface

From: Jon Kinsey
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] Queries re. Python interface
Date: Wed, 05 Jan 2005 09:34:20 +0000
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Jim Segrave wrote:
I'm starting to look at various features to add using Python rather
than embedded C code (that's why I just added a lot of detail to the
doc strings in gnubgmodule.c). A couple of questions:


If tkinter works as an interface, it would be useful to build gui
scripts for doing simple database related things - adding comments,
filling out extra details - environments, player names, etc. It would
also be useful to have a gui page which creates simple queries for the
saved matches - a collection of selection boxes for setting criteria
for the 'where' part of a select and for choosing which values are
returned - I'm currently doing this sort of thing with pgsql, but
that's not a tool that I think our average user would be comforatable

Hi Jim,

I've started on the gui database stuff - using C.  It's not ideal but it
will work (hopefully).

You can already enter environments, player details and perform queries.
 I'm just about to start on adding some more useful details/queries.

I like the idea of an error quiz type thing, I though of something
similar a while ago and never got around to it...


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