[python-win32] Python Win32 Licensing
billburns at pennswoods.net
Thu Aug 18 03:13:31 CEST 2005
> Hello Bill,
>> I have some questions regarding the Python Win32 packages and licensing.
>> I've 'Googled' for an answer and searched the Python Win32 archives but
>> haven't come up with anything.
>> I have the GPL'ed versions of QT 3.3.4 and Pyqt 3.13 installed on my
>> Windows box (compiled with MinGW).
> What is this GPL QT 3.3.4 for Windows? Where can i find it?
> I have only heard for GPL QT 4 for Windows.
The QT version that I'm talking about is the GPL'ed version of QT 3.x.x
that has been ported to run on Windows. I believe this port was started
by the KDE developers, but please don't quote me on that! This port is
*not* from Trolltech. Using this port (along with MinGW) you can
compile QT 3.x.x on a Windows machine and wind up with a GPL'ed version
of QT running on Windows.
You will need to have MinGW or an MS compiler installed on your machine
to do this. I don't know if binaries are available. I compiled
everything from source using MinGW.
Here are some links that you can check out:
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