Create easy-to-use gui menus for your projects.
gui-menu: The Only Terminal-Based GUI Menu for Python!
gui-menu is a Python module that lets you put easy-to-use menus in your Python programs. It was developed by Seth Peace for SPPyOS (Seth Peace's Python OS, coming to PyPI soon).
python -m pip install gui-menu or
py -m pip install gui-menu (You may find only one works, or that both works. It depends on your Python setup.).
Using gui-menu is simple! Just run the following:
import menu menu.menu(title="Title goes here", options=["Option 1 goes here", "Option 2 goes here", "etc."])
It will return the index of the selcted option (i.e. if option 3 is selected it will return int(3)).
This software has only been tested on a Windows 10 with Python 3.7. If someone could test it on another system and e-mail me how it works, great! I'll give you credit on this page.
- 2.0.1 - Hopefully fixed import problem. Edited README.
- 2.0.0 - Probably fixed the fact that menu.menu didn't work. Added info to README.
- 1.0.0 - Initial release.
This module is (c) 2019 Seth Peace. The included "keyboard" module is (c) 2019 BoppreH (a PyPI user, I don't know his real name) and is located at https://pypi.org/project/keyboard/.
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