A tool to write Wizard-like apps
The wizpym module provides a light framework to build wizard-like applications with GTK.
A wizard, as defined by wizpym, is an application that is built as a succession of panes, each one asking some input to the user or working on previous inputs. The whole wizard works on one object, called the subject, which is shared and updated by each one of the panes.
The pane track can fork upon some inputs or any other environment data. The wizard also maintains a full history of the track, with the status of reverted panes. Thus the user can return down to the beginning, and forwarding preserves the previous status of a pane if already visited.
A sample useless application is provided and is executed if the module is called as a script.
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