I am trying to build a GUI in Python and I'm having trouble setting up a Python environment that "simply works" for the second time now.
Since I'm quite happy with Jetbrains products, all my tries until now were based on PyCharm. The first time, I went with standard Python installations. This time, I was recommended Anaconda, which comes with more packages.
Unfortunately, I still have problems getting a simple Hello world program to run.
I'm looking for something that
- installs the IDE
- and Python
- and PIP
- and pkg-config
- and GTK+
and if I understand this GTK+ page correctly
- installs GLib
- installs cairo
- installs Pango
- installs ATK
- installs gdk-pixbuf
and EVERYTHING ELSE that's needed for serious development.
I don't want to spend wasting several hours of downloading and installing dozens of libraries until I can compile and run a hello world program.
Does such a thing exist or do I need to build it myself (if I figure out how to do it)?