GUI:-please answer want to learn GUI programming in python , how should i proceed.

Wolfgang Keller feliphil at
Sun Dec 15 16:33:19 CET 2013

> I think PyQt is slowly being pushed aside in favor of PySide, which is
> more license-friendly for use in closed or open projects.  I would
> recommend using PySide unless PyQt is a requirement for your project.

Except the issue that Pyside always seems to lag a bit behind Qt
releases, while PyQt usually supports more recent releases of Qt.

Besides that, according to what I've been reading on the PyQt mailing
list, support is impressive. The developer often fixes issues over
night, if there actually are any. And besides, again, a commercially
licensed PyQt itself isn't *that* expensive.



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