The library I have is a in-progress re-write of my pgu library .. sort of a “the best bits” version. Anyway, here it is:
The gui API is about the same as pgu, so if you wanted to use it, you probably could. It’s lots better
Other than that, I’ll be using pygame and python as per usual. I’ll also be using pyplus + swig in the event that I need to write any C extensions.
Update: check out demo2.py – for low-CPU updates and Joystick support!