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Author PySimpleGUI
Recipients PySimpleGUI, docs@python
Date 2021-08-12.15:22:38
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Some time ago I noticed that the Python documentation has a list of GUI packages that are not part of the Python standard library.

The title of the page I'm talking about says:
Other Graphical User Interface Packages

Major cross-platform (Windows, macOS, Unix-like) GUI toolkits are available for Python:

What are the criteria for being listed?  PySimpleGUI has more monthly installs than Kivy & WxPython. They're not due to being bundled with a Linux distribution.

There is another page with a longer list:
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