PyQt, Qt, Windows and Linux
phil at riverbankcomputing.co.uk
Tue Nov 18 19:49:20 CET 2003
On Tuesday 18 November 2003 9:54 am, Richie Hindle wrote:
> > Functionally BlackAdder PyQt is based on the Professional Edition of Qt
> > (plus a couple of extras - see theKompany website for details). "Normal"
> > PyQt is based on the Enterprise Edition (which is the same as the GPL
> > version) plus QScintilla support.
> So if I buy BlackAdder, I don't get QScintilla? Someone's website, yours
> or the Kompany's, should really make that clear (unless I've missed it; I
> can't check theirs because it seems to be down at the moment).
theKompany website makes it fairly clear what's included. Obviously it doesn't
document what's not included ;-)
> Can I add a QScintilla licence to the package, and if so, at what extra
> cost on top of the $400 for BlackAdder?
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