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       wxglade - python program to build user interfaces based on the wxWidgets toolset.


       wxglade [--help | -h]

       wxglade [--version]

       wxglade [FILENAME.wxg]

       wxglade {-g LANG | --generate-code LANG} [-o DESTINATION | --output DESTINATION]


       wxglade wxGlade is a GUI designer written in Python with the popular GUI toolkit wxPython,
       that helps you create wxWidgets/wxPython user interfaces. At the moment it can generate
       Python, Lisp, C++ and XRC (wxWidgets' XML resources) code.


       These programs follow the usual GNU command line syntax, with long options starting with
       two dashes (`-'). A summary of options is included below. For a complete description, see
       the Info files.

       -g or --generate-code LANG
           If you only want to generate the code without starting the GUI, use the -g or
           --generate-code option with the language as argument

           Possible values for LANG are "python", "lisp", "XRC", "perl" or "C++".

       -o or --output DESTINATION
           You can specify the destination of the generated code with -o or --output option.

           The DESTINATION argument can be a file or a directory. It is a file when the
           FILENAME.wxg generates single-file source code. It is a directory when the
           FILENAME.wxg generates multiple-file source code.

       -h or --help
           Show the help message and exit

           Show programs version number and exit


       Generate Python code out of myapp.wxg:

       wxglade -o /tmp -g python myapp.wxg

       Open file myapp.wxg in wxGlade GUI:

       wxglade myapp.wxg


       Report wxGlade bugs to <> or


       wxGlade home page <>


       Georges Khaznadar <>
           This manual page was originally written by Georges Khaznadar for the Debian(TM) system
           (but may be used by others). Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify
           this document under the terms of the GNU General Public License, Version 2 any later
           version published by the Free Software Foundation. On Debian(TM) systems, the complete
           text of the GNU General Public License can be found in /usr/share/common-licenses/GPL.

       Carsten Grohmann <>
           Current maintainer of this manpage.


       Copyright © 2003, 2012-2016 Georges Khaznadar, Carsten Grohmann