[Baypiggies] Qt and Python - was Re: Death of IronPython?
Andrew Akira Toulouse
andrew at atoulou.se
Mon Aug 9 22:48:05 CEST 2010
(OT) I've never understood why they didn't call it QtPy. It's much catchier.
On Mon, Aug 9, 2010 at 12:31 PM, Chris Clark <Chris.Clark at ingres.com> wrote:
> Alex Martelli wrote:
>> On Sun, Aug 8, 2010 at 11:46 AM, Dennis Reinhardt <DennisR at dair.com>
>>> At 03:04 PM 8/7/2010, you wrote:
>>> A shame but only after a fashion. I tried Iron Python + Visual Studio.
>>> promise of this combo to me is that GUI interfaces could be created
>>> and then implemented by Python code.
>> This can be done, cross-platform, with Qt (though I don't know of an
>> IDE that supports both Qt visual GUI design and Python development --
>> but then I'm NOT an IDE person, so the fact that I don't know of one
>> doesn't mean there aren't several;-)... and with PySide you now have a
>> pretty liberal OS license on your work (PyQt itself is still "GPL or
>> pay"). I'd be surprised if by now PyGtk and wxPython weren't at
>> feature parity with Qt on this subject.
> RE QT, I personally think PyQT will gradually die.... replaced by PySide
> (lgpl). I've not yet tried to use it in anger yet, so I'm not sure if it is
> usable yet but if you are a QT/Python user I'd seriously consider PySide for
> future projects. http://www.pyside.org/ for more information.
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