What is wxPython ?
wxPython ranks amongst the toolkits that enable writing cross-platform GUI-applications like pyQT, pyGTK, or Tkinter. But under windows, and unlike Tkinter or pyGTK, a wxPython Application has a look and feel very similar to what you would get with an application using microsoft native GUI, MFC (Microsoft Foundation Classes). This is because wxPython is a fine layer over the native GUI classes. Besides this, wxPython is very simple to learn and takes advantage of the possibilities Python is offering. By instance, events handling is particularly nice under wxPython. In fact, wxPython is simply (?) Python Bindings to a C++ Library called wxWindows; dating back from 1992 (It's almost as old as Tkinter - which dates back from 1990), wxWindows is now a very stable, efficient, object-oriented library running (smoothly) on Windows, Unix ( GTK/Motif/Lesstif) and soon Macintosh.