Choosing GUI Module for Python

Lorenzo Gatti gatti at dsdata.it
Tue Nov 10 11:40:52 CET 2009


On Nov 9, 9:01 pm, Simon Hibbs <simon.hi... at gmail.com> wrote:

> The main objection to using PyQT untill now was that for commercial
> development you needed to buy a license (it was free for GPL
> projects). That's rapidly becoming a non-issue as the core QT
> framework is now LGPL and Nokia have a project underway to produce
> PyQT compatible LGPL python bindings under the PySide project.

I also would like to use PySide, but unlike PyQt and Qt itself it
doesn't seem likely to support Windows in the foreseeable future. A
pity, to put it mildly.

Regards,
Lorenzo Gatti



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