EasyGui version 0.95 has been released

EasyGui version 0.95 has been released.

It can be downloaded from the downloads page of the EasyGui page at SourceForge.

This version includes one enhancement.

Previous versions of EasyGui could display only .gif image files using the msgbox or buttonbox “image” argument.

This version can display all image-file formats supported by PIL (the Python Imaging Library) if PIL is installed.

If msgbox is asked to open a non-gif image file, it attempts to import PIL and to use PIL to convert the image file to a displayable format.

If PIL cannot be imported (probably because PIL is not installed) EasyGui displays an error message saying that PIL must be installed in order to display the image file.

Note that at this time http://www.pythonware.com/products/pil/ says that PIL doesn’t yet support Python 3.x.

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3 Responses to EasyGui version 0.95 has been released

  1. ben says:

    hi, thanks for the enhancement. but i still have a problem. my processed image is in memory i want to preview it before saving. so if you could support image object, it would be really nice. Then i can just pass the object reference to this module without saving a temporary file 🙂
    thanks.

  2. Kevin says:

    Hi, when I try to run setup.py for Ver 0.95 I get an error when it is byte-compiling:
    byte-compiling c:\Python31\Lib\site-packages\easygui.py to easygui.pyc
    File “c:\Python31\Lib\site-packages\easygui.py”, line 326
    except Exception, e:
    ^
    SyntaxError: invalid syntax
    Any help?
    Thanks
    Kevin

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